Scalar - Tennis ball damper feet
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Those are vibration dampers for 3030 aluminum extrusions, specially designed for Scalar family 3D printers.
- 18th december: Add link to the demo video
Easy to use:
- print at least 3 of them (4 are of course better), and place them under your printer chassis.
Each model has a M6 screw hole so that you can use M6X12mm + TNuts to hold them in place
- place tennis balls under the feets
- Reduces noise
- Reduces low frequecy vibrations
- Slightly increase print quality
- Give you moree space to use under the printer (for tools ....)
- Fun to use
We provide here 2 models:
- Scalar -Tennis_Ball_Damper.stl: base model, very steady, the tennis balls will have a lot of surface to stick to.
- Scalar -Tennis_Ball_Damper_simple.stl: Lightweight version that is 30mm wide and will perfectly fit the extrusion profiles edges.
Here is a video of demo : https://youtu.be/63PycTgbg78
All models where designed using Design Spark mecanical, and all the original cad files are included.
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Scalar M, Scalar XL
The part is robust by design so you need only a 20% infill for them.
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