Posted on April 5, 2013April 5, 2013 by Quentin Harley — 10 CommentsThe first image of Morgan 01 She is starting to look like something. Share this:RedditPocketTwitterPinterestFacebookEmailLinkedInPrintTelegramWhatsAppSkypeTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related Posted on April 5, 2013April 5, 2013 by Quentin Harley — 10 Comments Post navigationPrevious post: Brave new Slic3r for a brave new machineNext post: Morgan’s daughter update 10 thoughts on “The first image of Morgan 01” Shane Graber April 5, 2013 How soon until you post the stls? I’m itching to print one! 🙂 Reply Quentin Harley April 10, 2013 Making the final changes. As soon as the daughter is built, i will release the STL’s Then you can buy me a beer… Reply Julio April 7, 2013 It looks phenomenal. Stunning design, clean and minimalistic. What is the build envelope? Reply Quentin Harley April 7, 2013 By design 200x200x200, but we may be able to squeeze a bit more out of it with the new aluminium hot plate covers. I am planning a 300x300x300 version. Reply cassetti April 18, 2013 Gotcha, looking really good so far! Reply Ill-tempered April 7, 2013 I want one…. Reply cassetti April 17, 2013 Are those plastic arms holding the z axis? Wouldn’t those sag under the heat from the hotbed? On my work’s makerbot replicator – the arms holding the build surface sag by around 1mm. Yet they don’t sag when heated to 60c for PLA, thus I need to re-level the bed everytime I switch between ABS and PLA Reply Quentin Harley April 17, 2013 I do not experience any sagging. The arms are not attached to the bed directly. There is an intermediary carriage plate, attached with plastic clips to the copper pipes, attached to the arms. They remain cool. Reply Auzze May 6, 2013 Hi.. Just wondering jow soon the STL files will be released as I think i would like to add this to my collection of printers. THX Reply Quentin Harley May 6, 2013 I hate having to say “soon” all the time. I will have to make time this week to get it done! Reply Leave a Reply to cassetti Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. The CAPTCHA cannot be displayed. This may be a configuration or server problem. You may not be able to continue. Please visit our status page for more information or to contact us. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.