Holy cow... I thought I was throwing money down the toilet when I ordered a $169 3d Printer kit from eBay, but for some unknown reason, I ordered it anyway. Well, I couldn't have been more pleased. The kit was easy to assemble and it ran and printed right from the sound of the starting gun. Literally 10 minutes worth of tweeking and I was printing parts. I would definitely recommend this to someone as a first 3d Printer project. It has the same framework as the I3 and it has a GT2560 circuit board that is a merging of
When you've got big tools, you've gotta have bit places to store them. I made this steel shelf with my new Evolution Rage 3 Steel Cutting Compound Sliding Miter Saw (that's a mouthful!).
I needed a welding area and an area where I could sand parts down without creating a mess in the shop. I decided the best way to handle this was with a steel welding table and a downdraft table to suck up all the sanding dust.