To publish the DICE as an open source 3d-printer was a huge success! Half a year ago, I wouldn't have thought, that there will be more than 50 printers out there based on my design. And these are just the ones I know about. Who knows, how many "silent tinkerers" are out there with a DICE on their desk right now?!
The tiny DICE needs a matching small nozzle. But I don't like the typical shape of an E3D-nozzle. And even less if it's about a nozzle-size of 0.2mm. When printing with such a small nozzle, you need to print slow and depending on the nozzle maybe hotter than usual.
I made some detail-pictures of 3 different extruder-pulleys with my modded makro lense:
On FabCon2016, I had the opportunity to show off my fast little printer, the DICE. Very excited, but also very determined I came to the fair early in the morning, two complete DICE in tow:
You probably know the vibration-damping feet for the DICE, already. They are casted out of durable silicone. This time, I did a substitute for the springs beneath the printbed