TRONXY X3 Carbon Reinforcement
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After install my printer in a wobbling table, the oscillations in Y axis direction was very obvious.
Printer will be set in a much stronger table but, nevertheless, that will always be the weakest part of the printer (bed has a substantial inertia and high speeds/acceleration will always create vibrations is this axis).
On the other hand, X axis already stronger and with much less mass to push-pull around.
- 2x 445 mm carbon rod (diameters: 10mm ouside, 8mm inside)
- 4x M3x12mm screws with nuts.
- 8x M4x8mm screws with T-Nuts.
All my TRONXY X3 mods referenced here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2436602
Lower part: printer in normal position, without supports
Higher part: printed in vertical position (must be rotated), point down, with support (could had done without them, but wish these parts to be aesthetically coherent with my other parts).
I made two mirror parts in CURA to have all screws point inwards. You may also do that, but it's not necessary.
My CURA settings have a -0.07mm "Horizontal Expansion". Gives a perfect fit very time.
If printed without this compensation, most prints will have smaller than ideal 10.1mm hole. Keep this in mind and adjust your slicer accordingly (is always a good practice to calibrate printer results and not design to compensate for that, I guess)
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