GT2 Belt Splicer

by MaleBuffy Oct 8, 2016
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I haven't ever used Slic3r to be honest. But it's such a simple print, I couldn't think of why it doesn't slice.

What do you mean by not slicing? What error did you get.

Maybe try using Cura is a quick fix?

sorry mate I deleted the message right after I wrote it.
I was fiddling with slic3r and I think I set one of the setting wrong so I used an another print setting and it was fine.
Sorry to bother you

Use abrasive or if available a dremel to grind up to the nylon cords. Can also do the same on the other end but on the top so the belt is closer to its original specs. Makes a better surface too.
The best glue available to the hobbyist for this is the Loctite SuperGlue 3 gel.
I use a different technique, more like the ones used by the pro but it is trickier. No tooth lost though.
Anyway yours is Ok for a 3d printer.

Thanks for the tips. Might try that next time!

Yes it's OK for this application. It is used for the Z axis, so no real fast movement and such!