goopyplastic wrote:The LittleRP1 didn't have holes for the X152H, you could print out the dxf for the new base from github and overlay and drill the new holes. One tricky thing with the X152H is that it needs a little extra height depending on which set of holes you use. The front set of holes you need an extra 1 layer of mdf, you would use the square base in this scenario the standard M5x16 for the base will hold in this scenario. If you use the rear set of holes, you will need 3 layers of mdf, so the square base plus 8 disc spacers. The LittleRP2 comes with 8 disc spacers and extra length M5 screws for this. However I imagine most people will be using for the forward set of holes on the X152H as they are going for maximum detail.
Yeah, I know how to fix it but "it works" as is so haven't found the proper motivation and I've sort of been waiting for the new design before I put much work in to making it final. Doing it properly would probably get me a bit more consistency though.
goopyplastic wrote:The printer gets really large if you do an underslung projector, the LittleRP was meant to be placed on a desk ... you would end up with something as big as a muve3d or b9 .
Interesting...I actually cant put it on my desk because its much too wide where as if it were just tall I could (or could set it next to the desk)...was just curious as that did seem to add complexity....if desk geometry is the reason I may just redesign the base to my liking (probably on a drawer slide with two positions).
Thanks for the quick answers!