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Ricks Z-Top for MendelMax 8mm

by jib, published

Ricks Z-Top for MendelMax 8mm by jib May 10, 2012

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A 8mm Z-top that has a 608 Bearing Leadscrew capture and press fit rod clamp.

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Lovely object, I am working on the same kind of object, however, I will never use a 2nd constraint for my threaded rod. Z-wobble galore!

Yes, those will work.

I've always thought the MendelMax should have the threaded rod constrained at the top. I'm going to look into using this to minimize z-wobble, thanks for the contribution! Do these bearings fit your part? http://www.amazon.com/Bearing-...

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This parts requires the top Z extrusion to be tapped like the original MendelMax.

No reaming necessary for the rod clamp on a well calibrated printer.

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Ohmarinus on Jan 29, 2014 said:

Lovely object, I am working on the same kind of object, however, I will never use a 2nd constraint for my threaded rod. Z-wobble galore!

Gigahurtz on Jun 23, 2013 said:

I've always thought the MendelMax should have the threaded rod constrained at the top. I'm going to look into using this to minimize z-wobble, thanks for the contribution! Do these bearings fit your part? http://www.amazon.com/Bearing-...

jib on Jun 23, 2013 said:

Yes, those will work.

librav on Jun 7, 2012 said:

Sorry, those bearings are Misumi p/n B6900ZZ. The dimensions are correct 10x22x6. Thanks

librav on Jun 7, 2012 said:

I'm using (2) Misumi p/n A6700ZZ which are 10 mm ID, 22 mm OD and 6 mm wide. I'm sandwiching the bearing with 26 mm OD thrust washers and then (2) shaft collars to lock the lead screws in position. Thanks for your time.

BritNoob on May 30, 2012 said:

Would love a version of this for 10mm rod + bearing

jib on May 31, 2012 said:

I will need the inside and outside diamater of the bearing you will be using.

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