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Participants Buzz
Skills Mechanics, reprap, 3D Printing
Status Planning
Niche Hardware
Purpose Tool
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Pokon gifted me a Anet A6 to remix. This page documents what i want to do with it.


I want to build a corexy printer and reach mad speeds. We have a pile of aluminium extrusion on which i want to base the frame.


  • do >200mm/s comfortably
  • be heavy
  • require no parts i do not already have access to


from anet a6 :

  • aluminium heated bed 220x220x3mm
  • 12864 lcd and dubious electronics
  • T8 leadscrews (2x 318mm) 2x T8x8 nuts
  • M8 threaded rods (2x 400mm, 1x 150mm)
  • 8MM smooth rods (2x 418mm , 2x 380mm , 2x 340mm)
  • ~40 M3x18mm bolts and nuts
  • ~15 M4x8mm bolts
  • 3x endstop switches with too short wires (but it comes with some 400mm extenders? hmm)
  • 4x nema17 motors labelled HEM-17D3003
  • 1x extruder , not sure what this is (has two fans , 5150 for partcooling)
  • linear bearings , 4x looks like a SC8UU or SCS8UU , 2x LM8LUU , 2x LMH8LUU

alloted :

  • 12x 30x60 extrusion 469mm long

still to get a purpose :

  • 2x 30x60 extrusion 520mm long
  • 4x 30x30 extrusion 500mm long
  • 2x 30x30 extrusion 483mm long
  • there's also some parts of 2020 extrusion somewhere



  1. Installed Raspbian
  2. Installed klipper onto anet electronics and on raspbian
  3. Added dwc2-for-klipper-socket
  4. Installed rpi_ws281x for the leds
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