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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....

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 nic6911 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

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christiananthonykepler on Mar 3, 2013 said:

Hello Telemah,

I have an V9 extruder I just bought from QU-BD(http://store.qu-bd.com/product....

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.

Telemah on Mar 3, 2013 said:

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

nic6911 on Jan 22, 2013 said:

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..

Telemah on Jan 25, 2013 said:

) Hi nic6911 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.

tbone_atl on Dec 13, 2012 said:

Does this work well?  Is the weight not a problem?  Any video we can see?  :)  

Telemah on Dec 13, 2012 said:

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/0/11...
thats was first try to use it. I`ll make new big video tommorow

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