You can now add the ReprapWorld electronics boards directly into Arduino. Currently we support Megatronics, Ultratronics and the Anet A6 boards. You can find the instructions here.
Created by the RepRap-enthusiastic and experienced Gemstock3D team, this open-source extruder is a dependable addition to any FDM printer. Just add a Nema17 with sufficient power and you are ready to go!
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From now on we have a new section on the website for technical information. The goal is to have short question-answer type of documentation, with additional pictures. You can reach the section by navigating to customer service pages, but the information is also linked for relevant products from the documentation section on the product details page. We are going to fill op the section soon, if you have a question not answered here, please contact technical support (firstname.lastname@example.org).
We have upgraded the website again. A bit smaller update then last time, but with a few long asked functions available. We now accept USD and GBP in the .com an .co.uk shops respectively. Also we have introduced the (we think) very cool reprap.world domain for all international customers. .com is now recommended for USA customers only. When opening the .com site you will get a pop-up recommending your local shop (if available). If you have any problem with the website, don't hesitate to contact us an email@example.com.
An easy to assemble, low cost and powerful feature-rich extruder universally compatible with every brand of 1.75mm filament.
On sale at an introduction price this month, only at Reprapworld.com!
The Gemstruder has been created with all-round performance in mind for 1.75mm diameter filaments, tested with common PLA, PETG and ABS brands all the way to more exotic plastics such as Nylon, Real Flex, along with metal- and wood-infused compounds. This design’s reliability is possible through it’s fully enclosed and snugly sealed filament path. There is even the option to add a pneumatic fitting/bowden tube on the input side of the extruder to extend the PTFE guide path (e.g. adding a filament run-out sensor).
Check it out here