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Discussion in '3D printers' started by Limine3D, Feb 15, 2017.

  1. Limine3D

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  2. Tim Curtis

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    In my opinion the 8mm crossover rod on the Y axis would be fine. On my builds I prefer that over 2 motors to eliminate alignment issues with motors getting out of sync.

    The 750mm tall with only 200mm X 200mm length and width could be an issue. When running the print head at higher speeds you could get an oscillation or wobble that will show up on the print surfaces. You may need to really brace it up.

    Just my opinion of course....
     
  3. Limine3D

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    Thanks for the reply. I think i have built it in such a way that I can add extra beams on the frame to reduce the wobble. Thanks for the suggestion. I will cut some extra 2020's for that express purpose.
     

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