Jonaskuehling reloaded to geared motor, by Chema

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Jonaskuehling reloaded to geared motor, by Chema by ChemaFuji Mar 23, 2013
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This is my own customization of Jonaskuehling gregs wade v3 to use a little geared motor (from 2engineers) on a Prusa iT3


Use the 24mm or the 30mm file for your X-carriage, or you can use the parametric scad.

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I know what it's for. I'm not talking about the horizontal alignment, i'm talking about the Y axis. Compare with my derivative to see what my comment was referring to.

on purpose, this is for a geared motor that has it's shaft in a side (from 2engineers, this one http://www.2engineers.com/shop/geared150/http://www.2engineers.com/shop... )

Are the stepper mounting holes misaligned (compared to the shaft position) on purpose or by accident?

How do you like the 2engineers motor? I just got the 1Nm model and have been trying it out with a Raptor gear, and it's definitely got plenty of torque. When I hold the motor and put my ear to it I can feel and hear quite a bit of vibration, and the outer casing does heat up pretty fast. I'm wondering if this is all normal for this motor, because otherwise it seems to perform very well. I hope to be using the new extruder I'm building on my i3 soon!

I think my other direct extruder is more "compact" and has two bearing to leave some presure to the shaft, but this one has been printing many Kg of plastic in my printer with no problems.

With the PG35L going out of style this extruder (and others like it) seem to be becoming the de-facto direct-drive option. Or do you consider your Compact Extruder more refined than this one? (I just got the 2engineers 1:50 geared stepper motor and haven't decided which extruder body to try yet.)

ok, thanks. It looks good.

Yes, a little mistake... Now it's usefull, and now you have the scad too. Gracias Misan, siempre ojo avizor...

where is the idler attached to?