We take it apart so you don’t have to: BCN3D Sigma

BCN3D Sigma 3D Printer

We take it apart so you don’t have to: BCN3D Sigma

The only way to be sure that any machine is really well designed is to take to bits and have a look inside it! That’s what we did at Emvio Engineering with our BCN3D Technologies Sigma! Oh why not check it out in our shop too
Under the beautiful bottom cover of the Sigma we found the electronics and were impressed with the cable management and over all neat setting.

Preparation

Then it was time to pull the Z axis out for a closer look… The 2 vertical rods are held in place with welded studs on the frame which made the task very easy. The print bed support made of bent aluminium is very stiff and those side cuts look awesome. The black heat bed sits on a cork pad and both are suspended by 3 springs in triangular arrangement.

I did wonder what was behind the slick looking print heads. Started by removing any screw stood in my way! The nozzle was out and in less than 10 seconds in under a minute the linear slide was revealed. It runs unworldly smooth with no play at all!

Here is the official maintenance video from BNC3D Techonologies showing how easy it is to remove and replace the hotend

To Be Continued..
in the next episode we will take apart the X, Y motion system and extruders!

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