NFire 1 Geared Stepper Motor Mount

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NFire 1 Geared Stepper Motor Mount by Jays3DAdventure Feb 14, 2017
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I needed a stepper motor mount for my NFire 1 printer which uses 2020 extrusion. I modified this part in TinkerCad to work, it is a tight fit and may need a little sanding or tweaking in software.

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It seems like you need to take the entire assembly apart in order to install the mount.

Assuming the ProStruders came assembled then yes, you would need to disassemble the ProStruders from the geared stepper. This isn't as bad as it sounds, there a full instructions on the DisTech website. Plus for my set-up I had to assemble them differently.

I suppose you could edit this to be installable without disassembly by removing one of the corners.


yeah, mine came assembled. I actually designed one with the exact same idea (one of the corner removed) and gave it an angle so that those who are using wheels instead of linear guide still able to use the mount.