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Belt Tensioner

by Reuben, published

Belt Tensioner by Reuben Dec 23, 2012

Description

I like the Ultimaker Belt Tensioner. But the curved edges put me off, so instead I derived this one from that.

After test fitting I ended up with a part that works on my GT2 belts and seems to have removed the belt hopping I was getting.

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Going to be using on our Universal laser systems kevlar belts and our dimension 1200es belts : p old belts = low quality prints :
Everything printed fine, even if they are touching the top of the case. Thank you so much!
Worked great for me, I am now printing a 8-hour-job. I hope that the belt tensioners will keep their place ;)

I noticed that the x-axis works great, but the y-axis has a little issue: The tensioners are touching the top of the wooden case just a little bit. It seems as if the printer would do its job nicely, tough.

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I printed this twice, both times I used a brim of 5mm and a fairly low speed. Turned out great.

<p>Going to be using on our Universal laser systems kevlar belts and our dimension 1200es belts : p old belts = low quality prints : \</p>

<p>Worked great for me, I am now printing a 8-hour-job. I hope that the belt tensioners will keep their place ;)</p>

<p>I noticed that the x-axis works great, but the y-axis has a little issue: The tensioners are touching the top of the wooden case just a little bit. It seems as if the printer would do its job nicely, tough.</p>

<p>Everything printed fine, even if they are touching the top of the case. Thank you so much!</p>

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