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just found out about TEAM FDM Forums and Build diary. so this is day number 3 of my trident build. trident 300 x 300, voronkits.com, PIF, Fabreeko, HoneyBadger, BTT, Bondtech so as of tonight i have finished the frame, linear rail mounting, feet, steppers, x-gantry, and belts. motion system is in effect. i have checked racking, squared up every joint, squared the gantry, and tightened the belts. did want to mention that all the printed parts i received from Will @ PIF. the blue and black colors actually look pretty good together. im still in quite a bit of shock about how much the Voron community works together. i am off to continue my build , tonight is bed i believe. after this trident is done i will be building a Voron 0.1 so stay tuned. Ya'll Print Like a Pro
For those considering purchasing a PIF kit, I wrote a review of a V2.4 PIF parts set, including 256 photos and an analysis of the print settings used, which you may find useful: https://github.com/matthewlloyd/awesome-voron/blob/main/pif-part-set-review.md
I have seen this question come up frequently, What is the minimum sets of parts I can print to get a working V2.4? Based off of what is provided in the PIF program here is a list of those parts. This list is the same list of parts you typically get from the Print it Forward program and will be the minimum required to get a working machine. You can then use your new V2.4 to finish printing the parts for the cosmetics and re-print any parts you could get great results on your current printer! Just like the standard print details... [a] at the beginning of the file indicates to print this in an accent color x4 at the end indicates how many pieces you need to print. This is current as of 7-27-2021. duet_duex_bracket_x2.stl - This is specific to the mainboard you are using. lrs_psu_bracket_clip.stl pcb_din_clip_x3.stl raspberrypi_bracket.stl rs25_psu_bracket_clip.stl plug_panel_filtered_mains.stl [a]_z_belt_clip_lower_x4.stl [a]_endstop_pod_hall_effect.stl [a]_endstop_pod_microswitch.stl [a]_xy_joint_cable_bridge_generic.stl [a]_xy_joint_cable_bridge_igus.stl xy_joint_left_lower.stl xy_joint_left_upper.stl xy_joint_right_lower.stl xy_joint_right_upper.stl z_joint_lower_x4.stl z_joint_upper_hall_effect.stl z_joint_upper_x4.stl bowen_retainer.stl spool_holder.stl rail_installation_guide_center_x2.stl - Technically NOT needed, but make your life easier! [a]_belt_tensioner_a_x2.stl [a]_belt_tensioner_b_x2.stl [a]_stopgap_80T_hubbed_gear.stl [a]_z_drive_baseplate_a_x2.stl [a]_z_drive_baseplate_b_x2.stl z_drive_main_a_x2.stl z_drive_main_b_x2.stl z_drive_retainer_a_x2.stl z_drive_retainer_b_x2.stl z_motor_mount_a_x2.stl z_motor_mount_b_x2.stl nozzle_probe.stl [a]_z_tensioner_x4_6mm.stl [a]_z_tensioner_x4_9mm.stl z_tensioner_bracket_a_x2.stl z_tensioner_bracket_b_x2.stl [a]_z_belt_clip_upper_x4.stl [a]_cable_cover.stl [a]_z_chain_retainer_bracket_x2.stl a_drive_frame_lower.stl a_drive_frame_upper.stl b_drive_frame_lower.stl b_drive_frame_upper.stl [a]_tensioner_left.stl [a]_tensioner_right.stl front_idler_left_lower.stl front_idler_left_upper.stl front_idler_right_lower.st;l front_idler_right_upper.stl [a]_belt_clamp_x2.stl [a]_blower_housing_front.stl blower_housing_rear.stl hotend_fan_mount.stl probe_retainer_bracket.stl x_carriage_frame_left.stl x_carriage_frame_right.stl x_carriage_pivot_block.stl [a]_connector_cover.stl [a]_guidler.stl [a]_latch.stl chain_anchor_generic.stl chain_anchor_igus.stl extruder_body.stl extruder_motor_plate.stl latch_shuttle.stl printhead_front_e3dv6.stl - This is specific to your hot-end. printhead_rear_e3dv6.stl - This is specific to your hot-end. I also did another post here which provides links to a Google Doc Checklist that will allow you to check these off as you print them