shapeoko outside belt clamp
by LineKernel, published
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shapeoko is a cnc machine , these files are variation of the belt clamp system
there is 3 different files
one is a basic variation of the belt clamp system designed by microwavesafe from shapeoko forum
2nd is a variation of the first file
and 3rd is another variation if you have a short belt to use differently that initially intended
the thickness of the piece is 12mm thick so it seems not to be bending
it has been printed in ABS on a printRbot at 225 degree C
with 80% fill
some sanding might be needed if there is sharp edges where the belt rest on
you will have to redrill the clamping system to 4mm and find M4 screws
and you will have to tap the tension screws hole to a M4
for 2 outside belt system (double Y motor)
if you have a belt length > 62 cm , i advise printing 4 X "short belt 2"
if you have a belt length < 62 cm , i advise printing 2 X "short belt 2" + 2 X "short belt variation"
tell me if you test it , i would appreciate feedback
only the first file has been tested
the 2 other havent been tested but i hope it could be useful to somebody
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