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Linear Bearing Y Stage for Cupcake for Lowrider

by slamzee, published

Linear Bearing Y Stage for Cupcake for Lowrider by slamzee Oct 31, 2012
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I just spread out the bearing mounts to fit the LowRider X-Carriage designed by TwoTimes

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Printed fine at 100% fill, no shells. Some overhangs, but should be ok.

11/1 - New version, the belt clamp need to be raised, and I lengthed the two bearing mount to better fit both bearings.

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Zydac,

I'm having problems processing this mesh. Do you still have the original? Would you be willing to adjust the model a bit?

My cupcake lowrider has 70mm spacing, and 1/4" bearings... and yes, even in 2014, I'm trying to keep it running and updating it.

-M

You got to it before I did!

Yes. But I just moved each mount out equally. I'm wondering I the one that holds the belt should be left where it was, or maybe I need to put a new clamp in.

I think the belt plate needs to stay where it is, assuming the Lowrider has the motor and pully in the same places.  I added experimental modified versions on the original page.  I'll post the original Rhino files if people want to play with it more...

No - I assembled the printed part with your height and the clamp hit the bottom of the platform.   I measured the original lowrider carriage and it is 35mm from the top of the platform to the bottom of the clamp support. 

Your version should be better than mine though.  I just used netfabb to move things around, etc.  

I am printing right now with this version... works great!

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