All current user guides are here:
Cura Slicing Software User Guide
The Cura slicing software is our recommended choice. Our slicing profiles have been perfected and perform excellent with the filament we sell.
Rostock MAX v3.2
Hotend & Upgrade Assembly Instructions
Delta Calibration Wizard
Use this wizard is for use with RAMBo controlled SeeMeCNC Delta printers. These includee RostockMAX v1, v2, v3, Orion, Eris, and H2 printer models.
Rostock MAX v3
Assembly and setup guides for v3 only. See above for v3.2
H2 DIY Hacker DeltaH2 Assembly Manual
ORION Users Manual For Current Models
This is the complete User Manual for the Orion Delta 3D Printer that came with the firmware version 0.91. To verify this, simply look at the LCD screen when it powers on and it will display the machines firmware information
ORION Users Manual For machines with 0.83 Firmware
This is the complete User Manual for the Orion Delta 3D Printer that came with the firmware version 0.83. To verify this, simply look at the LCD screen when it powers on and it will display the machines firmware information
These two files are handy for calibrating your ORION DELTA. The first one named ORIONTOWERS will help you set your three tower endstop screws so you have a level table. The second file named ORIONHRADJUST is for adjusting any delta offset (concave/convex) movement if you modify or adjust your machine. It is specifically written to work best with the newest (091 or newer) firmware for the ORION DELTA. If you are using an older version, you can either update your firmware, or you will have to modify the firmware settings and re-upload for versions previous to 091.
Rostock MAX v2
We recommend the follow deviations from this guide
- Page 5 link error. Click Here for RAMBO WinDrivers
- Use our recommended latest Cura slicing software setup for SE300 hotends Click Here for the setup guide
Building and Assembling Guide
User Manual for operation and general setup (factory assembled machines start here)
Older versions for reference can be found below:
Rostock MAX v2 3rd Edition Manual for kits shipped between appx. 06/2015 and 10/2015
Rostock MAX v2 2nd Edition Manual for kits shipped between appx. 02/2015 and 06/2015
Rostock MAX v2 1st Edition Manual for kits shipped between appx. 03/2014 and 02/2015
Rostock MAX v1 (kits shipped BEFORE appx. 2/22/2014)
We're often asked for help when someone buys one of these original kits assembled by the original buyer. SeeMeCNC will always provide help, but realize we will only direct you back the these original assembly instructions. We are not able to teach basic wiring, soldering, electrical troubleshooting. These are all basic skills and subject matter you can search on the web. :)
The RostockMAX v1 printer kits would have been assembled by the original purchaser. SeeMeCNC did not manufacture fully assembled printers at the time these printers were sold, we only sold a parts kits. So these machines would have been wired and built by the original buyer. As such, you should carefully review all connections and wiring. Review there are genuine SeeMeCNC factory parts used on the machine (reference the manual) or you could risk fire or damage to personal property or death.
The complete Assembly Manual and users manual for the Rostock MAX DIY 3D Printer Kit
Here's a link to the firmware for the Rostock MAX
SeeMeCNC Open Source Files
MatterControl User Manual
Here's a guide to get you started with our printers and MatterControl software.
The below links are for our SeeMeCNC specific versions of MatterControl. Use MatterControl to store your stl files, create your gcode and manage your prints all in one software.
MatterControl Pre configured Slicing Profiles
These settings are pre-configured for great starting prints with MatterControl software.
Windows USB Driver for RAMBo Controllers
RAMBo USB Driver for Windows, including Windows 8 (Will require manually installing this driver)
Linux and Mac use CDC the interface and have the hardware driver built in already
Slic3r Pre configured Settings
These older profiles were proven to be good starting points for use with slic3r on stock 3D Printers. They were taken directly from our own setups at the shop, the only thing you may need to alter is the machine tab to set it to your machine size.
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