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Y-axis Belt Tensioner

by travmac79, published

Y-axis Belt Tensioner by travmac79 Sep 18, 2012
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Summary

This fixed my belt-skipping problem I found when ramping up speeds.

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Bracket holes will need to be reamed out with a 3/16 drill bit(minus the bolt holes). 3/16 metal rod is required for the shaft that wheel spins on. Shaft press fits in. Parts should be oriented correctly in the .stl file.

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Wow! cool! I ramped up my speeds slightly into the 80's and had a stepping issue which I recognized within a few layers and stopped it. I was going to simply stay under those speeds, but with this, maybe it's time to test out acceleration.

Thanks!

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