Anet A8 idler pulley

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Anet A8 idler pulley by SecurityDog Mar 19, 2017
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An idler pulley for your Anet A8. You can use it for your Y and X axis

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I think this one is slightly larger than the belt teeth pitch.
I need to stretch the belt quite excessively to enlarge the belt teeth pitch, then they fit toghther.
Also the belt is rubbing the pully holder as QuickbeamX mentioned.

I had them in use (printed in PLA), but sadly the shattered quite soon, so I'd advise to use metal ones instead.

Printing them in ABS would be advisable, I believe. I printed them in PLA first, but they shattered rather quickly.

I had an issue with the belt riding up and rubbing on the side of the pully holder (pictured in green). Anyone else have this issue?

Does this use the bearings from inside the original idler pulleys?

I assume so. I used mine, but I think this pully needs some larger edges to keep the belt in line.