3D Food Printer

Dr. D-Flo wanted to 3D print edibles, but this is more difficult than you think! Clearly, you can't use a normal extruder, so Dr. D-Flo will use a syringe pump to excrete an edible frosting. The resolution of frosting is poor compared to PLA/ABS. Therefore, Dr. D-Flo wanted a large bed size, so he took an X-Carve frame and converted it into a 3D printer. However, the RAMPs Pololu stepper drivers are unable to supply enough current for the X-Carve's power hungry NEMA 23 stepper motors. Like always, Dr. D-Flo over engineered a solution by using SainSmart's 4.2A to receive data from RAMPs and power the stepper motors. 

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