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10mm X Ends for any X Carriage

by mnadamn, published

10mm X Ends for any X Carriage by mnadamn Dec 13, 2012

Description

These are based off of the popular Kühling's X ends (18384) but have been modified to work with RichRap's quick-fit x carriage (19590) as well as mine (37675). These should fit any x carriage, if not let me know what needs to be corrected and I will fix it.

The only issue I had with Kühling's X Ends was that I would not be able to use them for my X Carriage due to the belt clamps being 7.2mm further off of the axis. Instead of shifting the weight of the stepper motor 7.2mm further off to the side, I decided to place it behind the Z Rod to help center it's weight.

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Do you have scad?

Sounds great, let me know how it goes.

Thanks for the update. I'm printing it now.

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Instructions

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This is for threaded rod or Techpaladin leadscrews

I have not printed these yet. If you do, let me know how it works and I will take off the work in progress or make changes.

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kizinfo on Feb 17, 2014 said:

Do you have scad?

air1 on Jan 26, 2013 said:

Thanks for the update. I'm printing it now.

mnadamn on Jan 26, 2013 said:

Sounds great, let me know how it goes.

air1 on Jan 19, 2013 said:

I'm ready to make these, but I noticed that the servo mount nuts are on the wrong side.

mnadamn on Jan 25, 2013 said:

Had today off and finally got to making this change. Enjoy!

Le-Seaw on Dec 20, 2012 said:

can you make this also for Trapezoidal Screw?
Thanks a lot :)

RichRap on Dec 13, 2012 said:

Nice job, they look funky :) I'll have to print a set of these, but at the moment I'm still using 8MM smooth rods and 10mm leadscrews.

mnadamn on Dec 13, 2012 said:

Thanks!  They are a bit funky, I will admit that.  I didn't want to raise the motor mount or loose the support of the smooth rod.  

Wired1 on Dec 13, 2012 said:

Yes you've built exactly what I was thinking about, if this works you've saved me the trouble thanks :)

mnadamn on Dec 13, 2012 said:

No problem, let me know how it works for you!

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