Installing the Cerberus 250

Jacob Graber, adjusting the Cerberus 250 printer in Kevin Caron's office

Jacob Graber, adjusting the Cerberus 250 printer in Kevin Caron’s office

Jacob Graber of Cerberus 3D stopped by the office to install the software and hardware for the Cerberus 250, a smaller version of the Gigante printer I’ve ordered from the father – son team.

The Cerberus machines are open source delta style 3D printers. The Grabers sell kits or will build the printer for anyone who is interested.

The software is also public domain. I’m still wrapping my head around this software. It’s so much more adjustable than the Cubex software. That’s easier, of course, but I’m excited about what I’ll be able to do with this software.

The Grabers recommend Repetier-Host and KISSlicer software.

Soon after installation, I did a video about the differences between the Cerebus delta type 3D printer and my “old” Cubex printer – see it here.

 

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