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Low overhang threaded rod

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Low overhang threaded rod by johann517 May 1, 2017
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Troubles with printing the threaded rods?
This is a low overhang design which was also used for the G-Clamp.
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1673030
Print single rods and plug them into the sliding jaw or use the
combined version. The new main gears are required as well.

This is a Remix of Yet ANOTHER Machine Vise by TheGoofy
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2064269.
Unchanged and missing files are available there!

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Printer Brand:

Ultimaker

Printer:

Ultimaker 2

Rafts:

No

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No

Resolution:

0.2mm

Infill:

75%

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I really like this set up, but where can you find the base? have people just been designing their own or is there another file?

added explanation in Thing Details Summary where you can find them.
If you made one please upload there - thanks!

i also dont find the base in the files...

added explanation in Thing Details Summary where you can find them.
If you made one please upload there - thanks!

I tried a 50% scaled version - the gears did not engage - did yours work?

Engage - No, i used the 50% to check on the new threads not for the gears. The best would be a remix for real gears.

Hey, where did you get the knurled knob for the vise? I dont see it in the remixes for the original file, thanks!

I uploaded them, normal and longer XL version. I changed the knob part, the rest is the same.

I love the mini vise in the jaws of the bigger vise! Did you just scale it down for the mini one?

The threaded rods together with the main gears are designed to work without sanding.
The other parts i did not touch and i agree with the sliding jaw part.

The threaded rods together with the main gears are designed to work without sanding.
The other parts i did not touch and i agree with the sliding jaw part.

I printed a version of this named, "Yet Another Vice" in PLA on a Dremel (2nd Model). I had to print the 2 loose gears at 104% because of the threads, then sanded their thickness (width). The Face guard attached to the far side of the base needed to be printed at 98% to fit. Sanding the bottom sliding rail was the most hastle. When done, it is awesome - Print one!

Thankyou for sharing. Mine is busy printing as we speak. That is the only reason why I haven't tried to print this as yet :)

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