redesigned parts for Hypercube 3d printer
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Some parts for Hypercube 3D printer that better suit my preferences. Captive nuts to ease assembly, changed direction from which screws are inserted. Flat bottom on X carriage so that LED strip may be installed.
BLTouch_mount_AL_1.5.stl raises BLTouch sensor by 1.5mm. This was necessary as my sensor's probe was lower than nozzle when retracted using the previous version.
New version of E3D mount released by Tech2C. My changes applied to it in E3D_mount_v1.1_AL.stl
X carriage doesn't really differ much, but I've applied my changes to it as well
BLTouch mount for the new E3D mount BLTouch_mount_1.1_AL.stl
Video about latest version 1.1 of E3D mount
Video discussing my changes:
And another one in which I mention X carriage allowing mounting of LED strip.
Controller mount, LCD enclosure and mount, BLTouch mount
X carriage with integrated tensioner - you need to also print bumpers from the original tensioner part https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2092237
For the secont version of it, X_Carriage_v1.2_tensioner2_AL, I tried maintaining original low profile of X carriage. In order to keep things aligned I had to cut into X carriage which then left very little "meat" on it for nuts to grab. Use at your own risk. Print original tensioner and flip it around. Pinch belt against X carriage.
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