- Dec 27, 2010
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Research, research, research....Either the Vorons are that great so large stock is kept, or nobody buys them. I'm amazed that everyone praises vorons but if they are so good, then why everyone selling Kit versions? Not a single respected seller that sells complete printers, tuned and ready to go, with 2Year EU warranty. With normal die cast aluminum parts, or Nylon66 molded parts. Now thousand of Euros for a Kit ? Are you insane? You can trick somebody into building it who does not have any engineering skills, no dial indicators, no knowledge of material structural stability. You can trick somebody who never built or had any mechanical engineering project.
Thats why the Internet is so useful. Before shelling out a lot of money the intelligent person does a ton of research, and for instance if interested in Vorons can read how they are put together, follow dozens of vidoes on the build and then decided if they have the skills to actually take on such a project. Anyone with a brain will quickly work out if they are capable of building a complicated project like a Voron or if they need to start wth something a bit simpler and learn skills.
If not then do some more research and buy the best ready built that you can afford.
Have you ever seen the quality of parts turned out by those flimsy voron framesThe frame of these Vorons is flimsy as heck, like russians said, "you must be drunk to desing bending gantry portal".
They look pretty good to me.
Don't buy or build CoreXY then - simple... choose something else.The praised Bambulab is also full of crap, see their own german forum. They do not print accurate parts that fit one into another. Because its Core XY it can't be compensated either. So for technical stuff what does one use?
Do they use this German crappy printer ?
At lest no CoreXY nonsense on it, so it can be calibrated. Supports PLA, ABS, PETG, TPU, Wood, HIPS, ePA (Nylon), ePA-CF(20 %Carbon Fiber), Bronze, Copper, Steel, Pearl, Aluminium