way to hard to get hotend into into dual carriage.

Discussion in 'Calibration, Help, and Troubleshooting' started by KNM3D, Apr 1, 2016.

  1. KNM3D

    KNM3D Well-Known Member

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    why is it so damn hard?
     
  2. Henry feldman

    Henry feldman Well-Known Member

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    There is another thread on sanding/etc to get the hot end into place...
     
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    KNM3D Well-Known Member

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    I love these types of replies,
    i kind of figured that, but was not able to find it.
    you wouldn't by chance have the link to it would you? lol
     
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    Henry feldman Well-Known Member

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    sorry, was hard to do on a phone. I searched for dremel: here it is
     
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    KNM3D Well-Known Member

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    I was half messing with you.
    thankyou very much

    on the hotend heatsinks installing them should they fit but be snug, or slide in and out smoothly with little resistance?
     
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    Kanedias Well-Known Member

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    Slide in is fine, the important thing is that its not so loose that there can be any movement.
     
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    are there anymore m3 lock washers hiding somewhere im short by a lot.
     
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    found the lock washers

    now where do I find more
    m3 brass stud inserts that go into the acrylic im
    im 7 short for the m3
    im 3 short for the m2.5

    have any idea where these may be hiding?
     

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