Author: Sheepdog, published on 2014-03-07
Designed from the ground up as a low cost, highly scalable delta printer. This printer has been built as small as carry on luggage size, up to an 18in wide print surface and is capable of larger.
Approximate cost is low to mid $400 range start to finish, including electronics for a basic model. Options can push it to around $550. It’s easily constructed with common tools you probably already own (hacksaw or Dremel, allen keys, soldering iron and pliers.
Not a work in progress, this is a stable working printer design that has already built operational offspring. Keep in mind the design may further evolve and documentation is in progress.
More information is found at http://griffinprinter.org/Griffin%20OS/index.php?board=6.0 where the complete build is documented. Including B.O.M., tips, and assembly instructions.
The J-Head mount is a modified J-Head mount by Goopyplastic (I added LED holders) and the effector is a modified Kossel (to use smaller ball ends and fit the J-head). This allows for (easier) interchangeability of Kossel Mini parts.
No support needed. Print everything at 70% infil.
If using a heated bed, print the glass mounts with ABS.
I recommend printing the effector, effector fan and J-head mount in ABS.
3x Griffin belt tensioner
3x Griffin carrier
1x Griffin extruder
1x Griffin fan shroud
6x Griffin glass mount knob
6x Griffin glass mount stud
1x Griffin J-Head mount
3x Griffin lower frame connector
3x Griffin motor mount
1x Griffin Ramps mount
12x Griffin rod end
3x Griffin shaft locks
3x Griffin upper frame connector
1x Kossel Griffin effector
2x Griffin wire guide
2x Power supply mount
1x Griffin effector mounted fan (highly recommended)
1x Griffin extruder cap (highly recommended, allows quick release)
1x Griffin Fan Shroud Quick Release Fan bracket (Highly Recomended)
1x spool mount (not used on smaller versions)
2x Griffin dual rail wire guide (for larger printers)
1x Ramps fan shroud without mounts (for under bed mounting (for large printers)
3x Dual Upper Rail frame connectors (for very tall printers)
More options, can be found at http://griffinprinter.org/Griffin%20OS/index.php?board=6.0 as can the B.O.M., assembly instructions and support.