New Addition to the Production Setup: A Voron 2.4

I am excited to have finished my work on building a Voron 2.4. My particular machine features the new Dragon Ultra-High-Flow extruder from Phaetus. It utilizes an interesting new concept of enlarging the melt zone by screwing in an adapter between the heating block and the nozzle. A Klicky probe enables the calibration of the nozzle offset and the Nevermore Micro filters out all the toxic fumes from ABS printing while simultaneously giving the option to heat the build chamber more effectively. Now I am able to print basically any FDM material with the highest quality possible. Thanks to the firmware Klipper the printer also reaches really high accelerations and speeds.

First print
Print timelapse with Raspberry Pi camera