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MK7/QU-BD hotend mount for deltabot

by Telemah, published

MK7/QU-BD hotend mount for deltabot by Telemah Dec 12, 2012

Description

This is mount system for MK7/QU-BD hotend. it fits Rostock and Kossel carriages. also it was made from Airtripper extruder so OpenScad files have a lot of different useless trash inside

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yep it should work.
Take some m4 bolts and screw it to carriage all simple )
Hello Telemah,

I have an V9 extruder I just bought from QU-BD(http://store.qu-bd.com/product.php?id_product=11).

Would this also work with your MK7/QU-BD hotend mount without any alterations?

Also, the photos don't show very much but I know that somehow this attaches to a regular Rostock/Kossel carriage, I will be building a new customized Kossel thought I would start off with the main part the extruder carriage then work at the arms then motor mounts, etc.
) Hi disqus.com/thingiverse-dc599c7a324929b40daa7df6ab61af80/ I had the same "problem". and no it couldn`t be solved bu temperature changes. Thats funny but makerbot publishing MK7 drawings miss one, but extremly important thing, Inner hole in stainless steel barrel should be polished. I were using GOI-paste but doesn`t think u would find it. I think any finish polishing paste would be ok.
twine of lace could be usefull to polish inner 2mm hole ) After that ur hot end should start working fine.

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Print it, attach to hot end and install under carriage

Hello Telemah,

I have an V9 extruder I just bought from QU-BD(http://store.qu-bd.com/product.php?id_product=11).

Would this also work with your MK7/QU-BD hotend mount without any alterations?

Also, the photos don't show very much but I know that somehow this attaches to a regular Rostock/Kossel carriage, I will be building a new customized Kossel thought I would start off with the main part the extruder carriage then work at the arms then motor mounts, etc.
yep it should work.
Take some m4 bolts and screw it to carriage all simple )
At what temperature do you print PLA and ABS? I have the exact same hot end and it works like crap... if i use PLA it just blocks the hot end no matter what temperature i use. With ABS i get some extrusion at 240 degrees, but not a usable result..
) Hi disqus.com/thingiverse-dc599c7a324929b40daa7df6ab61af80/ I had the same "problem". and no it couldn`t be solved bu temperature changes. Thats funny but makerbot publishing MK7 drawings miss one, but extremly important thing, Inner hole in stainless steel barrel should be polished. I were using GOI-paste but doesn`t think u would find it. I think any finish polishing paste would be ok.
twine of lace could be usefull to polish inner 2mm hole ) After that ur hot end should start working fine.
Does this work well?  Is the weight not a problem?  Any video we can see?  :)  
mine one works fine (150mm|s without problems) )
but i have 45mm long bearings. and use Dyneema fillament drive system. so I`m not so shure about standart rostock kits.
https://plus.google.com/u/0/113861451141646161243/posts
thats was first try to use it. I`ll make new big video tommorow
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