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Y-ends for linear stepping motor.

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Y-ends for linear stepping motor. by jspark Jun 16, 2013
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I designed the y-ends for my compact size RepRap using by linear stepping motor.
The models are possible to print without support on UP printer.
Please consider the printing direction.

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One of 608 bearing needed on the idler.

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hello,

I was hoping you might post the 3d models in another format for editing? solidworks is my preference but step files type is also helpful. thanks!

The Y-end Idler was modified.
Please refer following link.
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:106254http://www.thingiverse.com/thi...

First Y-axis Driving Test using by linear stepping motor.
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