Low-X Titan Aero
I probably need to rethink this name...
I hope someone will find this useful :)
Please comment - any (constructive) feedback is appreciated.
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Here's a poorly recorded video of it running on 100mm/s: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GovX9jY8XzE
- After some testing I no longer consider this being a work in progress
X carriage - Titan Holder v1.1.0 which is much thicker around the stepper motor to minimize wobble of that part
- Add semantic versioning to file names (ones under 1.0.0 are betas - need testing)
- Change the main body part to have place for bed probe mounts
- Add a beta of BL-touch mount
- Change 5015 mount and main body parts to have more space for a screw in the back
- Change 5015 mount to be able to adjust the fan duct in the Z axis
I like printing with my Titan Aero (clone), but none of the layer fans I could find suited me. Also I don't care about Z space as much as I do for X and Y - having the full 300x300 with a stepper and titan sticking out made it impossible to have all the space.
- Allow full movement across X and Y
- Use as little Z space as possible
- Achieve something at least remotely efficient as the ever great https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2175956 for layer cooling
- Allow different layer fan nozzles for people to remix
- Allow different fan holders for people to remix
- Allow cable clamping (the original doesn't have a way to secure the cables to the carriage)
- Make cable clamping customizable as possible for different setups
- Use no more hardware than what's provided by Rat Rig plus a few standard M3 screws
As in the attached files :) I was able to meet the above requirements.
I'm using a 50W 24V heater on a Titan Aero Clone. A Sunon 5015 blower fan for layer cooling and a 4020 Sunon Fan for cooling Aero.
The required stepper motor is a Nema17 "Pancake".
- Measure stuff and publish the measurements to make it easier to remix and create new parts.
- I still don't like the cable clamp - it works 100% fine but it's ugly :)
- If there will be enough interest in the design I'll make a guide on how to screw it together - although I think it's very straightforward.
Fiberlogy and Spectrum PETG
Black and Lion Orange
Print with PETG, add supports for the fanduct (included a screenshot on where supports should be, from bed only)