Downloads are here on github, problems please file an issue on github if you can so I can track it.
I'll write some stuff, but I know everyone just wants pics, so here ya go.
I got my CS parts a week ago from the most recent pre-order and upon unpacking I immediately got to work printing out the needed support components on my beater RepRap, but quickly had more questions than answers emerged; clearly this wasn't going to be the plug-and-play adventure I'd envisioned.
Details on my parts:
- Needs the other two buttons added, should be trivial, I only wanted 4 on my build.
Back Button Bracket
- Needs additional versions for 4-button and tact switch configs, I need reference parts to do this.
Back Button Support
- Make it look less crappy.
- Needs relief for wiring.
Power Board Support
Back Board Support
Cartridge Plate & Fan Duct
- I'm "exhausted" working on this one.
- There's probably some optimization potential though.
I design stuff in SCAD, so my designs are all naturally "parametric" source code and thus can be iterated and modified using the same CSG logic from which they are produced: numeric translations and rotations, intersections, unions and differences of basic 2d and 3d primitives to produce a final "solid" object STL file which is output to the slicer for production on a 3D printer.
I'll be selling these parts once I get the extruder upgraded on my "other" 3D printer, these are fine for personal use but please don't sell them unless I'm not, further you are free and encouraged to modify these designs as long as I retain credit and am not artificially restricted from production and sale of designs based on my source code.
It's not going to help anyone to pull these into normal CAD software and make changes, if you want to "help", learn SCAD and fork the source; witness the Genealogy of the "Greg's Wade's Geared Extruder" to see what happens when a quality SCAD design can flourish as source code.