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Airtripper's Bowden Extruder Body modified for push fit connectors

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Airtripper's Bowden Extruder Body modified for push fit connectors by rrhb Nov 22, 2012

Description

This is Airtripper's Bowden Extruder Modified to hold a push fit connector.

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Is this one built to take the MK7 drive gear?
Thanks,

I will give it a try.

Greets nonaak

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Instructions

Purchase pushfit connectors: (one for your extruder body, and other optional one for the hotend)
amazon.com/gp/product/B004M8T2JG/ref=oh_details_o08_s00_i00
See groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups=#!topic/deltabot/LtLlZtANu4s for alternatives.

The units I purchased were less than $3.
MC KQ2S04-M5 PBT Push-To-Connect Tube Fitting, Hexagon Socket Head Adapter, 4 mm Tube OD x M5x0.8 Male

These push fits and other 3D printing accessories available here as well:
tridprinting.com/Hot-Ends/#3D-Printer-Push-Fit-Fitting

Also note: Jasper has an alternate one: thingiverse.com/thing:33342
reprapworld.com/?products_details
Is this one built to take the MK7 drive gear?
rrhb - in reply to smolkd
yes.
Is this the 3mm version?, or the 1,75mm?

Gr nonaak
rrhb - in reply to nonaak


The connectors I specified are for 4mm hose, and the PFA tube I use it with has a 2mm ID, so this is for 1.75mm filament.  It is easy to adjust the hole in the SCAD file for different size connectors.
nonaak - in reply to rrhb
Thanks for the reply.

Can you give my a hint where i can chance the hole in SCAD?.
I m a totaly dummy in SCAD.

Thanks

Gr nonaak
rrhb - in reply to nonaak


Hi, there's three lines with the comment, "tube and filament holes"

 #translate([4.8,37,15]) rotate([90,0,0]) cylinder(16, r=2.25, $fn=25);

#translate([4.8,24,15]) rotate([90,0,0]) cylinder(20, r=1.5, $fn=25);

#translate([5.3,10,15]) rotate([90,0,0]) cylinder(4, r1=0.4+1.0, r2=3+1, $fn=25);

You want to adjust the radii of these to use a different size connector.

-rrhb
nonaak - in reply to rrhb
Thanks,

I will give it a try.

Greets nonaak
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