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==The i3 Detroit Makerbot Page==
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| Name = The i3 Detroit Makerbot Page
This page documents all there is to know about our MakerBot.  The version we have is a Cup Cake CNC.<br>
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| Intro = This page documents all there is to know about our MakerBot.  The version we have is a Cup Cake CNC.<br>
===Ownership===
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| Owner = i3 Detroit
100% i3 Detroit<br/>
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| StorageLocation = Tell people where to find it, and where to put it away.
===Documentation===
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| MakeModel = Makerbot CupCake
[http://wiki.makerbot.com/cupcake MakerBot Website Cup Cake CNC Page]
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| PartNumber =  
 
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| Documents = [http://wiki.makerbot.com/cupcake MakerBot Website Cup Cake CNC Page]
===Certification===
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| LooksLike = [[File:Makerbot.jpg|100px]]
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| Rules =
 
You should get a walk-through on this machine prior to using it.  Our MakerBot is a standard build, but there are some options you should know about, you need to have the right software configuration, and it has some quirks.  Contact Roger for more information.
 
You should get a walk-through on this machine prior to using it.  Our MakerBot is a standard build, but there are some options you should know about, you need to have the right software configuration, and it has some quirks.  Contact Roger for more information.
===What It Looks Like===
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| Instructions =
[[File:Makerbot.jpg|100px]]
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===Operation Instructions===
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A detailed recap of the operating instructions is beyond the scope of this page.  Please get an introduction to the i3 Detroit machine, and read up on the online documentation.
 
A detailed recap of the operating instructions is beyond the scope of this page.  Please get an introduction to the i3 Detroit machine, and read up on the online documentation.
 
[http://wiki.makerbot.com/how-to-print How to Print on the MakerBot website]
 
[http://wiki.makerbot.com/how-to-print How to Print on the MakerBot website]
 
===Useful Links===
 
===Useful Links===
 
[[http://www.thingiverse.com Thingiverse - a place with designs contributed by other people]]
 
[[http://www.thingiverse.com Thingiverse - a place with designs contributed by other people]]
 
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| MaintenanceInfo =
==FAQs==
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Does this thing need it's oil changed every 30 cycles?
==ToDos==
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People need to know!
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| ToDos =  
 
#Add some kind of locking mechanism to electrical connections to the ABP
 
#Add some kind of locking mechanism to electrical connections to the ABP
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#Fix the skipping problem
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| FAQs =
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A list of commonly asked questions
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Revision as of 15:01, 17 September 2011


The i3 Detroit Makerbot Page

This page documents all there is to know about our MakerBot. The version we have is a Cup Cake CNC.

Basic Info

  • Ownership: i3 Detroit
  • Location: Tell people where to find it, and where to put it away.
  • What it looks like:

Makerbot.jpg

Manufacturer Information

  • Make/Model: Makerbot CupCake
  • Part Number:

Documentation

not specified

Rules

You should get a walk-through on this machine prior to using it. Our MakerBot is a standard build, but there are some options you should know about, you need to have the right software configuration, and it has some quirks. Contact Roger for more information.

Instructions

A detailed recap of the operating instructions is beyond the scope of this page. Please get an introduction to the i3 Detroit machine, and read up on the online documentation. How to Print on the MakerBot website

Useful Links

[Thingiverse - a place with designs contributed by other people]

Other References

not specified

Maintenance

Does this thing need it's oil changed every 30 cycles? People need to know!

Things that Need to be Done

  1. Add some kind of locking mechanism to electrical connections to the ABP
  2. Fix the skipping problem

FAQs

A list of commonly asked questions