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try them. they should be ok i think.
Using threadlock on the M8 bolts leads to cracking of the acrylic panels as the thread-lock off-gasses and seeps out to attack the acrylic....
The bolts holding the panel are M6, the bolts holding the top and feet are M8 thread. Did you apply threadlock to the M8, or any other bolts on...
Its usually because the bars are not parallel, but it could be other reasons too. You may find it is not a problem when printing parts if it...
did you use threadlock on the M8 bolts and feet? Can you post a photo of the cracks?
600ma should be fine for actuating the motor. just turn it back down after.
I would go for a stiffer spring.
We made a matrix of possible springs, shown below. Feel free to try some others. The part numbers are from...
check the wiring. it sounds like something is loose.
Don't need a chamber for the PEEK i was printing :cool:
We are doing tests and gatehring data. The threadlock doesn't have to come into contact with the acrylic for it to weaken the material, the fumes...
We are now recommending that no Thread-Lock be used during the assembly of the motion system.
Is this question directed at someone else? I've not built an enclosed heated chamber toolchanger.
Can I have photos please?
Has anyone had cracks in any positions other than the four courners of each panel?
Has anyone not used threadlock anywhere and still have cracks?