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updated for 5mm ID bearing

by camstuff, published

updated for 5mm ID bearing by camstuff Mar 7, 2013

Description

I modded these parts to hold a 5mm ID bearing you can easily find at any hobby shop as well I modded it so I could use regular 3M- 6mm pan head screws you can find in any hardware store CHEAP. I also made a complete assembly file of these parts- you can down load a solidworks free viewer here - edrawingsviewer.com/

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ok put up part files - hope this helps

Hey...my friend..U only uploaded a .SLDASM file..but without every part .SLDPRT file....so i can‘t open ur design。。T^T

Just checked file... all parts are showing and there. What version of SW are you using? its made in 2012

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The parts I have are ment to be printed on thier side... I did not enclude the pin as I left it alone as it uses the MakerBot bolt so no need to change it... so you will need to get the pin from whpthomas original part file.

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Enough on Apr 5, 2013 said:

Hey...my friend..U only uploaded a .SLDASM file..but without every part .SLDPRT file....so i can‘t open ur design。。T^T

camstuff on Apr 5, 2013 said:

ok put up part files - hope this helps

panxinlong7373 on Mar 21, 2013 said:

good design

chilled35 on Mar 13, 2013 said:

Are you able to upload the real Solidworks files, rather than those nasty, horrid EASM files, by any chance? :)

camstuff on Mar 13, 2013 said:

The native solidworks assembly file is there. It was created in SW2012

MarkTecWizard on Mar 11, 2013 said:

What is the spec and source for the spring.

camstuff on Mar 12, 2013 said:

well all I did is just walk into my hardware store... looked at the compression springs that had a OD of 9.6mm (3/8") and when compressed I could measure 10mm (3/8" about) and that was it. :) some ppl try to get way to complicated on this stuff - keep it simple.

charlespax on Mar 8, 2013 said:

Are you going to upload the source SolidWorks file?

camstuff on Mar 8, 2013 said:

done and done... have fun

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