I have a Lulzbot Taz 4/5 that I’m upgrading to a Taz 6. I love the open source nature of Lulzbot, allowing us to download the parts and make changes. I could not find a full assembly of a Taz 6, so we (Daniel and Helton at Engineerable) created one in OnShape, and have publicly shared it. Onshape is not open source, but it does cater to open sharing because anyone can sign up for an Onshape account for free, copy the Taz 6 assembly, and make changes to it. I thought this would be more useful than a .step file dump of the assembly. This assembly is completely stock with no modifications. https://cad.onshape.com/documents/db1314645041f433a24b6dc3/w/6aee9c13ac54c11d09e02da0/e/b7de97fc974a48bdc73dd85b
Right now the assembly only includes the major parts. The details like screws, belts, and electrical parts have not yet been added. There’s no extruder yet either. The electronics enclosure only has the mechanical parts. We are adding more detail as time permits. This is a good starting point for anyone who wants to make changes to the design, or as a reference when upgrading.
If you would like to contribute to the stock design, adding more parts and details, please let us know, and we can share the model with you. If you would like to make modifications to the stock design, copy it and start your own model.
Thank you, Daniel