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Looking for Setup Instructions - OneUp/TwoUp
#1
I've decided I should print a better printer, but in order to do so I need to get my OneUp printer that I've had partially assembled in storage for a long time put together. However I can't find the assembly/setup instructions anywhere. Anyone by chance have those in digital form they can send or physical form they can photograph and send? I'd appreciate it.
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#2
Hi CyberMars,

Welcome to the forums!

I probably do have those instructions... somewhere. I will go poke around and see what I can find. The only thing that concerns me is that I did lose an important hard drive a while back that I haven't recovered yet. I hope that's not the only place I had it.

Working...
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#3
Unfortunately, I've failed in my initial search. The document isn't on my main machine. But I'm not done yet...

I didn't get a chance today, but tomorrow I'll boot up an older machine that I used to run my TwoUp, and see if it's there. I'm pretty hopeful that it is, but I will let you know what I find.
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#4
Thanks for taking some time to look. I scoured the internet for a couple days and couldn't find anything.
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#5
I thought I should add, everything's actually assembled except for connecting the wires. And then of course I need any relevant software bits, which I think I've seen some custom software bits somewhere that should work I assume, though I of course haven't tried any. 

So if you are still unable to find the instructions, if you happen to still have yours put together or just know which wires go where...
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#6
Hi CyberMars,

Sorry for another delay responding. Okay, I've booted two old computers, and I haven't found the document/s yet. It is confusing to me that I don't have them close at hand, since I made a point to download the latest from the last QU-BD site before it went belly up. Maybe the files got named something strange.

Anyway, the wiring is an easier question, however I have an original kickstarter model that started out as a OneUp and was upgraded to a TwoUp. This means that I likely don't have the same board as you do, and I believe they also made some of the power supply wiring easier in the later models.

I let it get late tonight, so tomorrow I will post a couple of pictures of my setup, just in case it helps. If you have a newer model, we may have to improvise Smile.
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#7
Wait!

I take it all back. I believe I have found them. I will add the files here shortly.
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#8
Hi CyberMars,

Okay, these look like the real deal. There are a couple of versions, so I hope you can match them with what you need.

I hope these help. Let us know how it goes. Good luck!


Attached Files
.pdf   OneUpV2_Instructions.pdf (Size: 1.49 MB / Downloads: 6)
.pdf   OneUpV3_Instructions.pdf (Size: 1.58 MB / Downloads: 4)
.pdf   SoftwareAndElectronics.pdf (Size: 576.44 KB / Downloads: 7)
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#9
That's wonderful! Everything's working great now. Well, haven't actually printed anything yet, but otherwise it's all going fine. Still a bit undecided on what printer to uh... print... but I've got a couple ideas. 

Thanks for the help!
(As a side note I'm now going to make sure these documents are added to The Internet Archive, so they're at least in a fixed location and searchable.)
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#10
Permanent link on The Internet Archive:

https://archive.org/details/OneUpV3Instructions

Contains all 3 PDF files, should be suitable for linking anywhere else on the net.
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