Mount for Dremel Multipro 395
...for a MPCNC using the Universal Tool-Mount Plate I also made for it.
The version with support in the filenames is with build-in supports. The other version is if you like to print without or use your own support system
- There is the Dremel Main Mount part.
- A Wide Clamp and the Front Clamp
- The Front Ring you screw onto the threadding of your Dremel instead of the Dremel end.
Uploaded combined STP file.
Put in note that it's not compatible with Dremel 3000
- I used 0.4mm nozzle
- 3 perimeters
- 3 bottom/top
- 44% infill (higher is better)
- Use strong infill pattern: I used Tethrahedral in Cura 2.3
- I have printed it without support with high speed fans, so it is doable, but it's easier to just use the version with build-in support
Intentioanlly tight tolerances
There is a 0,2mm space between each hinge-parts. It means you might at first be unable to put them together if you have slight overextrude or just by normal Filament contraction.
I didn't want any wobble in the hinges.
M4 lock-nuts insertion into the Mount
Use a small plier to hold the lock-nuts and use a M4 screw to tighten up the nuts into the holes made for them in the Dremel Main Mount.
1 for each clamping mechanism.
- 4x m4 20mm screws to fix the plate to tool-mount
- 3x m4 20mm screws for the clasping system
- 2x m4 lock-nuts for the clasping locking-system
- 1x m4 35mm screw or equivalant m3 threadding for large clamp.
- 1-2 m4 lock-nuts for large clamp.
- 7x m4 20mm screws
- 1x m4 35mm screw / 40ish m4 threaded rod.
- 3-4 m4 lock nuts
Credits for Dremel model
Not compatible with Dremel 3000