What is it?
Do you want to build a CoreXY 3D printer from scratch? Want to know your equipment and make sure you get the right assembly instructions? this Rat Rig V-Core 3.1 is the kit for you. This is a premium DIY kit for a CoreXY 3D Printer with no compromises and all the parts needed to assemble including the printed parts in RatRig Green.
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This Default configuration kit is meant for users interested in acquiring a kit as complete as possible, including all necessary electronics, and with proper documentation to guide them from beginning to end. This is where we recommend you should stay if you're starting and need someone to hold your hand and show you the way!
this is the exact machine configuration used on RatRig print farm.
We recommend adding an enclosure kit found here.
- 1x Rat Rig V-Core 3 (Mechanical Kit)
- 1x BTT Octopus v1.1 + 6 x 2209 Drivers
- 1x Phaetus Rapido UHF Hotend - Black - 1.75mm - 24V
- 1x Bondtech LGX Lite Extruder
- 5x Nema 17 Stepper Motor - 48mm - 1.8degree/step, 76oz-in (LDO-42STH47-2504AC)
- 6x Nema 17 Stepper Motor Cables with lengths matching machine size
- 1x Heater Bed Pad Kit (includes SSR)
- 1x FlexPlate Set - Powder coated PEI
- 1x Power Supply LRS 24V (Meanwell 200W)
- 1x GDSTime ball bearing fan - 40mm Axial Brushless 24V DC (ready with 1500mm cable and XH2.54 connector)
- 1x Fan - 4028 Axial - Protechnic MGT4012WB-W28-C (1.2A / 12V / 23000RPM)
- 1x "Super Pinda" Z probe by Pepperl & Fuchs (Inductive 5VDC Sensor)
- 1x End stop Kit matching machine size (includes X and Y limit switches, cables with pre-installed xh connectors)
- 1x Printed parts (LGX Lite + Phaetus Rapido) - Bright Green
WARNING FOR USERS IN COUNTRIES WHICH USE 120V MAINS
CAUTION: if your country uses 120V mains, please be aware that the Power Supply included in this kit contains a switch which allows it to operate at either 115V or 230V. By default, all units will ship with the switch positioned at 230V, so you will need to flip this switch before using the Power Supply.
We're working to get there, but for now, the default configuration is not the same as a turn-key, complete kit. Some items will need to be sourced elsewhere.
- Power cord - you will need to source a power cord with a plug, to connect your machine to the wall. We don't supply them since we ship worldwide and different countries use different plug types.
Raspberry Pi or equivalent to run klipper
- Extra printed parts (LAN/IEC adapter, back-spine/nut/colar for cable routing on the electronics panel) - these cable management parts are non-essential and can be printed later.
- IEC/Lan Plug - these are optional and need to be user sourced.
- Cable crimping - you may need a crimping tool to assemble your electronics. Learn more about cable crimping here.
- Optional Electronics panel and enclosing panels - these are meant to be sourced locally by the user, DXF files with size, shape and hole patterns for the panels are provided for this purpose. Using 4mm thick polycarbonate sheets is suggested (CAUTION: thickness above 4mm is not advised as it will interfere with the XY motors).
- Fasteners to mount electronics to back panel (8 generic nylon spacers are included for this purpose, though)
- Depending on machine size and where you want to install the controller board, extension cables may be needed for the following components: BLTouch, SuperPinda, hotend heater and thermistor, limit switches - these components ship with short cables, and at the moment we do not stock extensions for them. We recommend sourcing the following cables:
To extend the cabling of your bltouch:
1x 22AWG Cable 5 Conductors 1500mm
To connect PSU, SSR and board:
3x 16AWG Cable 2 Conductors 500mm