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Delta Printer Arm Tap Jig

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Delta Printer Arm Tap Jig by UltiBots May 13, 2014
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Delta Printer Arm Tap Jig

This jig aligns a M4 tap for cutting threads in .230" SW Pultruded Carbon Tube from www.Goodwinds.com.

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Instructions

Print & Assemble with:
M5x20 SHCS (x2)
M5 Thumb Head (x2)
M5 Jam Nut (x2)
Drill out little hole with a M4 bit. Carefully drill big hole up to the top of the flex gap with a M6 bit. Don't drill into the little hole as it acts as a stop for the carbon tube. Carefully remove 2mm of support above the flex gap.

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Great idea! It worked great, except that the top part where the tap goes in was way too long for my tap. I had to saw off 11.5mm off of it. Can you please post the source file so I can modify it? I tried to cut the STL with netfabb, but the resultant STL has errors.

Added a short version and source. Thanks for trying the design... Happy Printing!

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