Anet A6 X-Axis belt tensioner with Z-Axis Anti wobble. This Anet A6 X-Axis belt tensioner does not put any strain on the Z rod, as there is 2 adjustable M4 screws that push against the X-guide rail. Make sure a m4 nut is place inside the right axis lock so the pressure is not exerted on the z rods. X-axis should be freely move up and down without any binding after installed
Just added an optional Z-Axis End Stop Limit Switch Bracket for those who has not set up Auto Bed Level, and still use Manual Bed Levelling
Added an optional 6mm z-motor spacer that can be installed to lower your z-motor in order to give you that extra 6mm clearance between the anti wobble holder and the z motor coupler.
Requires 5 pieces 33~40mm m4 screw and m4 nut 7 pieces.
same spring used by heat bed for z-height adjustment (Optional).
5 pieces 40mm m3 screws for z guided rod bearing and tensioner.
8 pieces 12~14mm m3 screws for trapezoidal guide nut.
1 piece 26mm m3 screw for clamping right x-axis
3 pieces 18mm m3 screws for z limit switch bracket
m3 nuts 15 pieces and a m3 tensioner thumb nut
stepper motor screws can obtain from your existing x-axis motor
Revised Left and Right X-Axis mount for greater flexibility to allow for;-
- Configuration for Suspended Anti-wobble (existing setup).
- Anet A6 original Z fixed threaded nut configuration
- added x endstop switch holes for more customization for various x-carriage
Just added/change X Axis motor mount version 2 and Z limit switch lever version 2 to allows adjustment for slightly higher z endstop.
Also added the Motor mount model with built in support for printing using abs material. Abs tend to warp on suspended overhang and will be a challenge to print. This motor mount with builtin support to be print with 0.2mm layer height with no support.
Revised Left & Right X Axis lead screw nut mount with bigger X-Rod tolerance for easier installation. The lead screw nut mount had been recessed further down in order to do away with the 3d printed Anti wobble support parts.
Lead screw nut works better with using only 2 holding screws as oppose to 4 m3 screws. And it should only be tighten down while they are installed on the printer to take care of various 3d parts tolerances.