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RailCore II 300ZL 3D printer<br /><br />
 
RailCore II 300ZL 3D printer<br /><br />
  
The RailCore is a CoreXY-style printer which is a very accurate and fast. It uses a Bondtech extruder with an E3D V6 hotend. Currently, the nozzle is a 0.4mm hardened steel nozzle which is not optimal for PLA, but better for higher temperature materials. This is a more advanced printer than the Prusa or Xinkebot, but don't worry, it's actually fairly easy to operate.<br /><br />
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The RailCore is a CoreXY-style printer which is a very accurate and fast. It uses a Bondtech extruder with an E3D V6 hotend, and extremely presice Misumi linear rails to guide movement on every axis. Currently, the nozzle is a 0.4mm hardened steel nozzle which is not optimal for PLA, but better for higher temperature materials. This is a more advanced printer than the Prusa or Xinkebot, but don't worry, it's actually fairly easy to operate.<br /><br />
  
 
Beginning Steps:<br />
 
Beginning Steps:<br />

Revision as of 22:36, 28 December 2019

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RailCore II 300ZL 3D printer

The RailCore is a CoreXY-style printer which is a very accurate and fast. It uses a Bondtech extruder with an E3D V6 hotend, and extremely presice Misumi linear rails to guide movement on every axis. Currently, the nozzle is a 0.4mm hardened steel nozzle which is not optimal for PLA, but better for higher temperature materials. This is a more advanced printer than the Prusa or Xinkebot, but don't worry, it's actually fairly easy to operate.

Beginning Steps:
1. Turn on the RailCore using the switch at the bottom rear of the electronics box on the right side of the printer.
2. Watch the readout on the LED panel above the electronics box for the assigned IP address. If you forget it, you can always press the "console" button at the bottom of the screen.
3. Using any computer on the IthacaGenerator g wireless, type the IP address in any browser such as Chrome or Firefox. You should see the "Duet Web Control" interface.