by benmah, published
This is a scale up TOM. Its 500mm X 640mm X 640mm. Since I need a bigger build Platform I have decided to upscale my TOM.
It is still in developement progress.
Updated 50x64.skp file 18 Feb 2013.
Updated 50x64.skp file 13 Mar 2013
Updated 50x64.skp file 12 July 2013
Updated 50x64.skp file 13 August 2013
18 October 2013 redesigning the Z Axis Platform.
Updated 50x64.skp file 7 April 2014
This scale up TOM uses 2020 extrusion. Uses 10 x 640mm and 6 x 460mm 2020 extrusion. 2 x 10mm OD Linear bearing, 4 x 10mm OD linear bearing with assy, 6 x 10mm(OD) x 500mm shaft, 2 x 5mm(OD) x 580mm, Shaft support and some printed parts (still in progresss).
- Bearing mount changed because Z axis shaft touching Y-axis drive shaft.
- Replaced Top Extrusion with Flat Mount.
- SC10W mounting holes realligned.
- Y-axis Motor Mount.
-X-axis Mount (still in progress)
- X-axis motor mount assy.
- 2M-17T-6W Pulley
- 6mm belt GT2
Updates 13 Mar 2013
- Changed left / right Bearing mount.
- Unfinished Z Axis Platform.
- Stl files
New Misumi L.stl
Left Bearing Mount.stl
Right Bearing Mount.stl
Updates 12 July 2013
- extruder assy
- extruder belt mount
- y-axis belt mount
- added 12 pcs misumi-L structural support
- x-axis mount
- y-axis endstop mount
- C shape wire holder on extrusion
incomplete x-axis endstop
incomplete z-axis assy
Update 13 Aug 2013
Green colored parts to be printed.
Stepper motor updated
z-Axis top bearing
updated y-axis belt mount
Extruder motor mount
Update 7 April 2014
Remove Z axis support shafts and replaced with lead screw 8mm/rev.
changed Extruder mount
Added extruder mount bottom cap
removed X & Y axis max endstop location and replaced with X & Y Min Endstop location.
Replace X-axis belt drive with tension string drive.
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