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Rostock carriage for 12 tooth T5 pulley

by chowderhead, published

Rostock carriage for 12 tooth T5 pulley by chowderhead Oct 27, 2012
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Part of my onging project to build CheapStock 'cause I'm a cheapskate. This is a slight modification of the original and includes a linear dog from my cogs 'n dogs project.

Works with a 12 tooth T5 pulley.

I'll upload other derivatives as they prove to be worthy.


Download the Cogs 'n dogs library if you are rendering the SCAD: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:26682

Print and enjoy.

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sorry for the question, but it is ok to have a 12 tooth T5 pulley? calculating....GT2 use 40 tooth...T2,5 use 32 tooth... so, T5 should use 16 tooth...it is ok my logic?

The belt dog on the carriage and the idler pulley won't quite line up with a drive pulley having a diameter different from the 12 tooth T5 pulley. There probably aren't any significant negative consequences. The smaller pulley will yield better resolution, however...