Direct Drive Vert-Xtruder
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A Direct Drive Extruder with the Nema17 motor positioned parallel to the X Axis, suitable for printers with a vertical X configuration. It is used on my RepRap 3Dprinter, 3DPrintMi
Currently using a modified version of the MBE
- Wade Extruder mount holes (50mm center to center).
- Accepts any lever mods already available on Thingiverse, Currently optimized for ivc's Spring-loaded Replicator 1 Drive Block
- Interchangeable clamp mounts to accommodate different hot-ends.
- For a perpendicular motor mount, use Direct Tito-V3
Ver 2 uploaded. Increased filament tube closer to the pulley drive
Added new motor mount to accommodate the smaller diameter size of the MK8 drive pulley, untested!
New VertX motor mount, added more hotend mounts. The VertX motor mount is best suited with the Replicator 2 lever extruder. Motor mount has been optimized for flexible filament.
2 - M3 x 25mm for the base/clamp mount
2 - M3 nuts inserted into the base mount
Compatible with ivc's Spring-loaded Replicator 1 Drive Block
May also use the Spring-loaded Replicator 2 Drive Block (untested)
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