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LulzBot TAZ 3 3D Printer

Make/Model

Documentation

Settings

  • Print Envelope: 298mm x 275mm x 250mm (11.7“ x 10.8” x 9.8“)
  • ABS Extruder Temperature: 230˚ to 235˚
  • ABS Bed Temperature: 85˚

Software

Printrun

Printrun (sometimes known as 'Pronterface') is used to control the printer.

Note: Screen shots are from a previous version of Printrun. They will be updated soon.

SD Card

You can also print directly from an SD Card, without using Printrun. To do this you'll need to use Slic3r to create your G-code file and then copy it onto the SD Card.

Slic3r

Slic3r is used to generate G-code from your STL files. Use these configuration files from LulzBot.

Current Status

  • 2014/06/17 - Non-operational! heat resistor burned out. Replacement is being ordered.

Location

  • 3D Printing Lab

Approved Trainers

Checked Out Members

  • Wade Starck
  • Steve P.
  • Emily Mondloch
  • Mykal Antczak
  • Kaysy
  • Steve Shapiro
  • Sean Woodman
  • Matt Schedler
  • Luke Schedler
  • Bret Daniel

History

  • 2014-03-24 - LulzBot awarded us a TAZ 3!
  • 2014-04-01 - Arrived at Makerspace

Notes

  • You need to be checked out on the LulzBot TAZ before you use it! There are melty bits and motors that can crush things.
  • The TAZ 3 is a RepRap and the recommended software is Slic3r and Printrun. Don't change this without talking to Pete P. or Matt J.
  • If you've built and/or used a RepRap and Slic3r/Printrun before, training on the TAZ should be very easy. If you haven't used the software before, you'll need to get familiar with it.
  • LulzBot suggests 230˚ for ABS, but in the initial testing 235˚ worked well for the Coex blue filament. YMMV. DO NOT set the extruder temperature to 240˚ or higher.You will destroy it!
  • The TAZ is open source! Find the source files here.
equipment/lulzbottaz.txt · Last modified: 2014/07/21 14:06 by bipolarbear