Timing Belt Pulleys
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Timing Belt Pulleys
Included are a 20 tooth 6mm pulley for a GT2 belt and a 36 tooth 6mm pulley for a GT2 belt. These are the commonly used pulleys for 3D printers.
Our pulleys directly accomodate a chamfered 5mm shaft as included in all NEMA 17 motors. We have hacked the following OpenCad script --
We thus have the capability of generating the design for many different belt types, belt widths and number of teeth. If you would like to see any additional timing belt pulleys, please contact us.
Use our joining and angle plates for idler pulleys.
We also have a set of complementary gears.
We are planning to get many of these parts molded so "makers" can buy em cheap and use for their projects. We need your feedback --
What other parts would you like added to the library?
What colors should different parts be molded in?
What would you build with it?
Would you like any parts modified?
We welcome other comments and suggestions
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