Made some aluminum parts for a 3d printer

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groguard
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Re: Made some aluminum parts for a 3d printer

Post by groguard » Wed Feb 11, 2015 8:42 pm

kmoller wrote:Hi

do you have the drawing , for the idler arm ? , I am i building , a mendelmax 2 3d printer , and i cant find the drawing for the idler arm!! , and i came across your post while googling

Br.

Kenneth Moller , Denmark
Here you go https://www.dropbox.com/s/zb171z5trlgbk ... E.DXF?dl=0
Shapeoko 2 #3920. Nema 23's. Belt drive Z axis, ACME rod upgrade,
1m rails on X and Y, X upgraded to 60x40 extrusion with openrail, Mid span supports,
DW660 with Super-Pid, IC's DW660 dust shoe.
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mmorlan62
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Re: Made some aluminum parts for a 3d printer

Post by mmorlan62 » Wed Mar 04, 2015 6:07 pm

Very clean result. Bravo.

Thanks for the feeds info. Do you know the spindle speed?

Michael
Shapeoko 2 + Bosch Colt mount . PreciseBits ER20 1/8" & 1/4" collets . stock electronics in a custom control box.

xfredericox
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Re: Made some aluminum parts for a 3d printer

Post by xfredericox » Mon May 11, 2015 6:15 pm

yeah I'd like to know spindle speed as well!
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groguard
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Re: Made some aluminum parts for a 3d printer

Post by groguard » Mon May 11, 2015 6:28 pm

When I cut that, I didn't have the super pid at the time. It was at max speed,30,000 rpm.
Shapeoko 2 #3920. Nema 23's. Belt drive Z axis, ACME rod upgrade,
1m rails on X and Y, X upgraded to 60x40 extrusion with openrail, Mid span supports,
DW660 with Super-Pid, IC's DW660 dust shoe.
Build Log

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