This page is a collection of models for your Printrbot, all converted to gcode. I will link the original STL files, but the GCodes are sliced for the Printrbot 1405.
Some are just calibration prints, and some are replacement parts for the 1405. I will continue to add replacement parts as I find that they need to be replaced. The ones I would suggest to print right away, and even use as calibration prints, are the belt brackets 1125/1126. In less than a week, I found myself printing out 1126 already.
Replacement parts provided by <a href="http://www check it out.thingiverse.com/thing:407389/#files”>Thingiverse.
NOTE: I did not create any of these models, except the ones with 3D Esprit in the name. The calibration models I found while exploring the Printrbot support site. I do not know the actual owner of each model. If you are the creator of one of these, please let me know, and I will site your work.
by replacing the firmware. After upgrading my firmware only to find it didn’t cure any issue, I was determined to share my knowledge in hopes to help anyone else working with a Printrbot. The Printrbot is a wonderful printer, but sad that the support lacks so much in terms of helping people new to the 3D printing world, especially when their product is in fact the pinnacle of “new user printers”. So in this article, I will cover everything you need to know before you build it, or after you receive a pre-built model. Keep in mind, this article will cover a lot of information about the Simple Version 4 Revision D 1405, but the overall knowledge of parts, and use of the software can carry over to the other models.