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DB's DeltaBedLevelAdjuster

by DanBuro, published

DB's DeltaBedLevelAdjuster by DanBuro Dec 12, 2016

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Summary

While looking for a simple solution to my bed leveling issues
My auto bed level mapping seems to waiver oddly do to what I consider minor variations
So I was looking for a more permanent solution, using slivers of paper just don't cut it with me
I happened upon CyberSloughter's Kossel Clear Adjustable Bed Level ( http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:220874 )
More than a remix but same in principal, I needed a more robust, solid and lockable solution
This is what a came up with

You'll need the following hardware
1x Frame T-nut, I use quick lock nuts
2x M3 20mm screws
3x M3 nuts

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It seems the holder is locked 90° in the t-slot? Wouldn't it be better to have them angled +/-30 ° so they aim to the center?

The design was to follow the simplicity of the Delta design "All similar purposed parts are identical"
Imposing a 30° angle would require a Left/Right arm set for each side
I'm not saying that changing the seat angle is a bad idea
If you're handy, rotating the frame lock is easily accomplished
The wedged version not as easy but still accomplish-able

Thank you for your input let me know if you would like me to upload the "Body" with a 30° Left&Right angle
I would be more than happy to do so

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This is lovely. It solves the locking issue I had.

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