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I went at it with a drill.
Through a hole.
I dont think you are overloading the motors. they are either faulty, or something else is wrong.
your methods are sound, I'm just a little surprised that 10 motors are exhibiting the same failure, it's more than I would expect. However, drop...
Nope, what i did was very basic.
do you have another printer on which you can try the motors?
I have done some very simple testing of the motors we have in stock and they seem fine. Can you check the remaining motors you have...
Does it make the noises if you run one motor at a time?
Does it make the noises if one motor is tensioned and the other is left loose?
What if one...
XT-CF20 will be fine. If you print a lot of ASA print it in ASA. It has good heat deflection.
Looks good. I love the X-Bar
One thing I would say, if you are going to use a printed bracket for the Z-Axis motor, modify it to have some...
Compare the Flexural Modulus (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flexural_modulus) between the two. Bigger number = better. Also note the units are...
I use our copper parts (https://e3d-online.com/search?q=copper). The print temperature is indeed ~400C.
Hemera print's it fine, as does the...
Give it a go. What's the worst that could happen?
I usually use ASA or PEEK for ASMBL.
Looking very cool, good intuition on keeping the CPAP pipe too!
DXF is 2D. You can use Fusion 360, it's free. The thickness is on the drawing, what is it that needs to 'see' the thickness?