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Rostock Budaschnozzle Mount w/Cold End Fan Shroud

by Av8rRC, published

Rostock Budaschnozzle Mount w/Cold End Fan Shroud by Av8rRC Apr 9, 2013

Description

A mount to use the Budaschnozzle on the Rostock Max. And a mount to add a fan to keep the transition zone cold, a requirement to successful PLA printing.

For more info checkout forum.seemecnc.com/viewtopic.php?f=54&t=1548

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I think you should mention that this mount is for older buda's, my 2.0 doesnt fit properly, the heater block would be inside my effector if I installed it with this, I really wish it would work though.... I was hoping for a pushfit one....

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Instructions

For mounting the Budaschnozzle you will need 3 @ 2.5" long 6-32 screws, w/ nylon lock nuts. And threaded 6-32 spacers, 1.5" long for each screw. Larger than 0.25" diameter standoffs may cause interferance with the Budaschnozzle.

For the fan mount you will need a 25mm x 25mm fan and #3 wood screws. Do not use a fan thicker than 10mm. Otherwise it will cause interferance with the delta arms. If using a 10mm wide fan, I recommend cutting away the bottom two corners to clear the delta arms at extreme outer moves. A 5mm wide fan should be the best size for Delta arm clearance, and should provide plenty of cooling air for the transition zone.
I think you should mention that this mount is for older buda's, my 2.0 doesnt fit properly, the heater block would be inside my effector if I installed it with this, I really wish it would work though.... I was hoping for a pushfit one....
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