The TAZ mini has a bit more Z height, and benefits from a lot of the changes that we made going from the AO-101 to the TAZ, including:
*It’s got beefier 10mm rods supporting the x and y axes
*it’s got a bit more z-height (150mm vs 100)
*It’s got a quick disconnect extruder mount that allows you to swap extruders/toolheads easily (our upcomming dual extruder kit is a drop in replacement)
*you’ll get a bit of an increase in stability from the wider bushing spacing with the option to drop in LM10UU ball bearing slides if you need/want the increase in precision (be warned, this makes the machine a LOT louder).
*the change from ACME drive rods to M8 rods with dual sprung nuts and wobbly z couplers got rid of a lot of the banding problems that could pop up in the AO-10x machines.
That’s all that I can think of. I love the AO-10x printers, but I’m using a TAZ mini to test out new parts and I definitely prefer it
Hope that helps
Orias: I’ll try to dig that file up when I get home tonight