Stable hi-speed, small size fully-featured affordable CoreXY 3D printer. Inspired by HevORT, Voron, Annex Engineering and EVA2 design.
|3 Point bed leveling||HevORT, Wobble ring|
|Belted Z||Lulz bot, Voron|
|Cross belt corexy belt path||HevORT|
|Eva compatible toolhead||EVA|
|Filament spoll in side chamber||-|
|Quick release panels||Added on beta2 release|
|Built-in chamber air filter||Added on beta1 release|
|Auto build sheet detect and profile loader||Work in progress|
|AIO filament runout + jam detector + width sensor||Work in progress|
|Modular sensor add-on system||Work in progress|
|Probe(bed mesh) on print area only||Added on beta2 using klipper macro|
|Screwless belt mounter||VzBot|
Input shaper test result (beta2 1515 gantry with Sherpa mini extruder)
|Bed coupling||SpeedBoatRace||Slow benchy|
SnakeOil-XY currently has 2 versions
Both machines are practicaly identical, only difference is the build volume.
180x180x180mm build volume (Standard)
250x240x230mm build volume (Large)
- Sherpa mini extruder is an original work of Annex Engineering, modified parts using their source code/design files are re-released under ANNEX Engineering License.
- EVA2 is an original work of EVA-3D, modified parts using their source code/design files are re-released under GNU General Public License v3.0
- This printer design(SnakeOil XY), it's document and software are released under GNU General Public License v3.0
Various typos and spelling corrections
I've spotted a couple of typos/spelling mistakes
Gillter or CF filled filaments might make the parts more brite.presumably you mean "Glitter" and "brittle"?
You use the word
tunninga few times. Presumably you mean
English Spelling mistakes and TPU foot inserts for the feet
Corrected the english in the ringing guide and added tpu inserts you can add into the feet parts to have some dampening. Printed the inserts and installed them. They work and fit in very well.
Simplifying the folder structure in the stl section.
-Merged the tools from root folder to the tools in stl folder as they were all duplicates of each other. -Moved alot of the mods in the stl folder to add-on. -Added recommended in front of the default option when more than 1 are available (ex: 1515-2020-makerbeamxl) -Simplified the names of the E-Axis folders -Added tensioning Idlers to the Mods.
Nothing got deleted. Just moved to make the stl folder less confusing.
Split the BOM for 180 and 250mm
Split the BOM into 2 different files. Added redirects in the BOM readme.md to the 2 different files. Corrected some mistakes and added some info in both BOMs.
Updated BOM and separate Logos
Left to do: -Add images for each section in the BOM -Add a section in the BOM for tools and wiring stuff