Since printed parts are NOT included with the kit, it is recommended get them from through the Voron Print It Forward program if you are unable to print them for yourself. They will provide the essential parts for a very reasonable cost to get your printer working.
Refer to the Part Printing Guidelines section of official assembly manual for general print settings. To obtain the most up to date printed parts files, visit the Voron github repository. Additionally, refer to the following directions for LDO kit specific options:
- Purple - These are not optional and must be printed for our kit to work.
- Blue - These are optional parts/changes that improve fit, appearance, or quality of life.
- Panels - All tophat panels have the standard 2mm nominal thickness (use standard tophat STLs). All other panels are 3mm nominal thickness (use the For_3mm_Panels\ STL files)
- M2_Nut_Adapter - This part can be omitted: our kit includes custom machined linear rail nuts, which replace these.
- Kirigami - Our included Kirigami sub kit includes WAGO terminals and a Neopixel front panel. Print the breakout mount, the stealth bed front, and diffuser (courtesy of MapleLeafMakers). You also need the chain mount and nut block from the original Kirigami repository.
- Thumb_Nut - This part can be omitted, our kit includs 3 stainless steel thumb nuts (no, not the crappy wing nut kind).
- Picobilical - The Picobilical requires two printed parts, the frame cover and toolhead spacer. Strain relief parts in the original toolhead folder are no longer needed (Strain_Relief_Body and Strain_Relief_Spacers)
- Electronics - Our kit ships with Bigtreetech SKR Pico mainboard, print a Raspberry Pi mount to mount this PCB. If you bought our kit with a Raspberry Pi Zero 2W, it will come with a USB expander, the mount for that PCB is available here.
- Power_Inlet - Our kits ship with 1.2mm AC inlets (1.2mm refers to panel thickness). The standard STL is designed for 1.0mm, which will fit but is slightly loose, you can optionally print this part instead.
- Mornsun_PSU_Cover - Our kits ship with Mornsun PSU, and we highly recommend using this terminal cover to prevent accidental electrical shocks.
- Toolhead - Our kits ship with E3D Revo Voron™ as standard. However, check with your vendor on which hotend (if any) is actually shipped. The corresponding STLs are here. Separate partially threaded M3x35 SHCS screws are included for mounting the toolhead.
- No-drop nut mod - This is a totally optional, but highly recommened mod. The mod provides a way to place and position nuts within aluminium extrusions securely.
- Slide-in nuts - Our kit now includes about 100 slide-in M3 nuts, they work with these printed supports. Use them when you forget a preload or need to install a new mod. Check out how to use them in this video.
- Split Rear Panel - Our kits ship with a split rear panel. This allows for users to optionally have an open electronics compartment while keeping the the print chamber fully enclosed. To securely hold the bottom rear panel, remember to print an extra 3mm_middle_clip (for a total of 10 instead of 9) and preload an extra nut in the same slot as the filament holder. See here for concept image.
- Detachable Spool Holder - This optional mod enables the arm of the spool holder to be completely detatched and installed in two orientations (extended or collapsed). The collapsed configuration allows easy storage and transportation.
- Bottom Fan Panel - This is another optional mod that seals the bottom gap of the electronics compartment and allows for a 3006 or 3010 fan to be installed for cooling.
- Kirigami Bed Spacers - To ensure that the heated bed is correctly positioned on the Kirigami, these spacers designed by Steve can be used.
- After printing the [a]_Mid_Body Part of the toolhead, check the filament path and use the included 2mm drill bit to clean up this path as needed.