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Dremel router remixed hub with 18mm thread

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Dremel router remixed hub with 18mm thread by Bogul Sep 28, 2016
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Remixed from
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1222591

Get the other parts from there!!

Thanks for the great design!

I remixed this very useful design to fit my Power Craft dremel clone.
Unfortunately the original design doesn't fit as the threads were a little too coarse,
I have replaced the threads in my version using Tinkercad with an 18mm dia 1.5mm pitch thread that now fits mine and maybe some other Dremel clones.

If you're not sure it will fit, make a test piece. Either sink the print into the bed until only 5mm or so is actually visible in the print area and print that.Or flip the part upside down and cancel the print when you have 5mm, then test fit the piece. It will save you wasting filament.

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How did you make the new size threads in Tinkercad?

Hi Chuck,

I never really thought about it, until you asked, but I really should have included a credit for the internal thread generator I used http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:193647

What I did was to make a bolt of say 20-30mm length and slightly larger diameter than the thread I needed so there will be some clearance, so in this case maybe 18.2mm using the above openscad script (set the head_height set to 0 thread_outer diameter and thread_step to whatever dimensions needed)
Then I imported the original hub, and created a small cylinder, just big enough to fit where the threaded part was and make the top effectively a solid part, without obscuring the lower unthreaded part, then group the two parts.

Next import the stl of the thread you need and position it where the thread should be, protruding only very slightly into the lower unthreaded hole, then turn the thread into a hole and group again.

By the way I'm subscribed to your youtube channel, nice work!!
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NUT JOB | Nut, Bolt, Washer and Threaded Rod Factory

Great!
I'm really happy to see how have you mount your power tool to this thing by making some remixing!

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