I have a HEvo using the Fusion Linear Rail system and am wanting to try out different extruder / hotend mounts. I already put up an adapter plate for the Voron Afterburner but am really interested in getting an EVA ( https://main.eva-3d.page/ ) adapter created. I was wondering if anyone else would be interested in this as well? I have a very crude design setup that is meant as a proof-of-concept but if I get it working I will probably continue on. If anyone else is interested in this please let me know and maybe we can work together to get it looking spiffy and working great.
One of the main things I want to ask of the community is: Which belt tensioning system have you found to be the easiest / most effective for your HyperCube Evo?
Z axis moves up and down perfectly when homing. When I load a file to print and press print, it warms up the heated bed and once that is up to set temperature, it moves Z axis down a bit and thats when it goes haywire. It almost looks like it is not sending enough voltage to motors on slow move or something. I have the Z motors connected in series and that seems to work very good when I send manual move commands. I have a 300x300 bed and am using Marlin 1.1.9 Firmware because I couldnt get the Marlin 2 version to work with my Full Graphics Smart controller. Attached is my Configuration file. Can someone help or tell me what my problem could be ?
Hi Everyone, FYI I have created a further variation to my Compact 4010 Blower which includes a direct drive mount for a Creality Dual Gear Extruder. I have included the step files if you wish to remix for your own needs or type of extruder. The basic mount can also be used for a Bowden system if the direct drive mounting bracket is removed.Best Boothy
Hi All, If anyone is interested. I have published some additional mods for my Hypercube Evo (Links below).
The first is a revision of the Compact Dual Fan mount to include an optical X end stop (non stock). Secondly I have mixed my own XY joiner which is fixed to the Y Axis guides with extended fixings. The 4 M3 x 50 mm bolts fasten forward of the idler spindles and therefore will hopefully reduce the likelihood of the parts laminating due to drive belt tension. Certainly due to the print orientation not 100% guaranteed not to split but to date they appear much more robust than the original parts. All the retention fixings except the 2 flags locations(thermal M3 inserts) are all M3 Nylocs. Please note this joiner is a 10 mm to 8 mm guide type. I have included step files if you wish to change to 8\8. I have also included a joiner with the standard x flag. Best Boothy