-- Main.AdrianBowyer - 02 Nov 2005
RepRap Designs for Download
- Version 1 of a Polymorph Extrusion Head designed for rapid prototyping production (AdrianBowyer).
- Version 2 of the Polymorph Extrusion Head (AdrianBowyer)
- Design of a gear train to raise & lower the working stage (VikOlliver)
- One-page project summary. This is an executive summary of the project intended to give the reader a quick overview. (AdrianBowyer)
- Rapid Prototyped Electronic Circuits. University of Bath Department of Mechanical Engineering Technical Report 01/04 in .doc format for Microsoft Word or OpenOffice. This is a detailed report on Stage One of the RepRap Project, which is now complete. (EdSells)
- Rapid Prototyping Electronic Circuits: Supplementary Manual in .doc format for Microsoft Word or OpenOffice. (EdSells)
- Seminar slides. These are the slides (in sxi format for OpenOffice) for a seminar on the project given at Bath University on 9 March 2005 by (AdrianBowyer).
- Press release. This is in .doc format for Microsoft Word or OpenOffice. It was put out by the Bath University Press Office after the BBC Radio 4 Designs on Nature programme that featured the project.
- Construction of Rapid-Prototyping Testbeds Using Meccano. This is Vik's report on his wonderful RP material deposition system made from a glue gun and Meccano. (VikOlliver). Photos: PrototypePrinter
- Initial Experience with Varkon by Dick Steffens. This is Dick's report on the Varkon CAD system and its potential for use in RepRap.
- Construction of PCBs using Silver Paint and EVA Hot-melt Glue. This is Vik's report on his idea of making a soft PCB with embedded silver tracks that could be pierced by component pins to make contact. The whole thing lends itself neatly to RP construction. (VikOlliver)
- Turntable Proposal by Hans Wargers. Hans has done a simple-to-make turntable design that might be used in a rotary RepRap.
- How to turn on a lathe without one(Internet archive backup). This is Vik's report on what he calls the "Afghan Lathe". Preliminary RepRap designs call for just two (2) turned components. This shows how to make them without buying an expensive machine tool. (VikOlliver)
- Report in .doc format: Automatic deposition of molten alloy into a casting channel to create a (very) simple electro-mechanical component (May 2005). This was done on an axis designed for self-replication (EdSells).
- Produced fused EVA cylinders and other shapes from prototype hardware (VikOlliver)
- Demonstrated the use of conductive paint to produce circuits (VikOlliver)
- There's a design hints document for the open-source Art of Illusion design tool (AdrianBowyer)
- There's a Hints for using the Stratasys Dimension RP machine document (EdSells)
- How to build a prototype printer using parts that could be produced by a RepRap (VikOlliver). This produces limited objects from EVA
- Overview of Firmware build process
- [[File:AlreadyDoneList-reprap 2005.odp: Presentation on RepRap to LinuxConf Australia 2006 by Vik Olliver|thumb]]
- reprap_2005.odp: Presentation on RepRap to LinuxConf Australia 2006 by Vik Olliver