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Damn, I wish I had 500 dollars plush shipping.
Have you tightened the nozzle up when heating the extruder to around 285C? If you don't do this, it can ooze out around the nozzle or heat break...
You will probably beat me too it. And I just started my new job and we use SolidEDGE. So suck on that!
I have plans to completely redesign the current design, that would allow for me to have greater airflow through the heat sink fans, but I don't...
The one that is on Thingiverse, should have an appropriate cut out for the Y axis mount. Is the cut out not enough?
How much and what version is it? Is it Alex's with the step machines around the edge?
When does it start moving down? After it homes x and y axis?
I primarily use ABS and once I get the E steps dialed in, make sure the motor voltage is correct, grub screws are right, spring tension is set...
You could always sand it flush so it doesn't protrude...
Okay sounds good, as long as the original functions, I'll leave it. Thanks!
Be careful if you raise it much more than the hex on the nozzle the airflow may be blowing on the nozzle and heater block
in the US use https://www.kjmagnetics.com/ I got the n52 grade, they are the strongest
do you have any software that can?
there are a few pdfs that call out the components and hardware
can you get the step file and measure it to see if your prints match?
it is modeled with a clearance, but you might need to sand down the clamp a little... and it is supposed to slide in vs being pushed down
The first thing I see is that you want 24v heater cartridge and I believe the fans are default 24v as well
I do not...
Do you mean the one on the bottom?