updated for 5mm ID bearing

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updated for 5mm ID bearing by camstuff Mar 7, 2013
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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 - http://www.edrawingsviewer.com/


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

ok put up part files - hope this helps

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

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

Checked the SLDASM file again, and that's all it is, just the assembly file, no part files, sorry.

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

Meh! My bad... more coffee needed!

What is the spec and source for the spring.

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.

Are you going to upload the source SolidWorks file?

done and done... have fun