MPCNC(IE/US) - Z Motor Mount ///outdated

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MPCNC(IE/US) - Z Motor Mount ///outdated by Martin_S Apr 17, 2016


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Z Motor Mount for the Mostly Printed CNC / MultiTool by Allted:

It's a variation of the one that is 10mm longer, so it fit's motors with longer shafts. It was originally designed mainly as an aesthetic variation, but now it has a bit more room where the rigid coupler goes. See the drawings where I compare the coupler I made with this motor mount.

Also, you will need longer screws. Instead of the stock M3x10 you must use x4 M3x50mm. Sorry for this, but I use allen type screws and L-keys are not that long.

.STP files uploaded =)
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I've printed this in black PLA.

Bill of Materials

(x4) M3x50 Socket Head Cap Screws
(x2) M4x20 Socket Head Cap Screws
(x2) M4 Nylon-Insert Locknuts


Replaced the .STLs with better mesh resolution. The US version had some degenerated faces. All fixed now.

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Very well done.Your prints look as clean as your renders. What printer are you using?

Hi dude, thanks! Rostock Max, from seemecnc.