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Pulley OD Dimensions?

Discussion in 'General Talk' started by SeaWild, Jan 13, 2015.

  1. SeaWild

    SeaWild Well-Known
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    Can anyone tell me the Metric OD of the GT2 (2mm) Aluminum Timing Pulley - 30? It's not on the parts store descriptive.

    Cheers.
    Mark.
     
  2. SeaWild

    SeaWild Well-Known
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    A whole forum of users and not one person knows this? Please put this on your website as it enables people to purchase the correct parts for the job. How can people figure out the math of the gear they need pulley wise without it?
     
  3. brbubba

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    It's on the product page...[​IMG]
     
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  4. SeaWild

    SeaWild Well-Known
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    I'm looking in the store and the OD is not shown. I would imagine, as per it being shown for the GT2 20 so it should for the 30?

    GT2 30.jpg
     
  5. Mark Carew

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    Hello @SeaWild Thank you for the feedback we will update the Part Store with the info.
    Good eye and thank you for bringing it our attention.
    Mark
     
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  6. SeaWild

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    No worries, thanks for updating.
    Cheers,
    Mark.
     
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  7. brbubba

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    I guess while we are on topic of site discrepancies I noticed that the print of the Tee Nuts is not the same product pictured in the photos of the tee nuts. I don't recall which one is right as I now have both rectangular and beveled Tee Nuts mixed together.
     
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  9. Rick 2.0

    Rick 2.0 OpenBuilds Team
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    It's under the product description.

    "These are standard 20mm x 20mm x 17mm (with a 4mm wide T-slot tab) and is used to connect (2) V-Slot or 20 Series T-slot aluminum extrusions together for a 90 degree connection."​
     
  10. Gabriel Faber

    Gabriel Faber Well-Known
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    OK, maybe I could have said 'detailed drawings and dimension'
    I tried to create a model in Autodesk Inventor, but didn't have enough details
     
  11. brbubba

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    Someone did a set of solidworks parts of those, so you might be able to import them. There are probably some STLs floating around that you could import as well. It should be super simple to build in Inventor, I would just assume a 20mm square and guesstimate everything else. It doesn't have to be exact since it's basically a representation and a parts list part for your reference.
     

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