YRUDS - best extruder for 3D Printer / Reprap
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Inspired Yru's extruder (yegahC), but totally rebuilded with flexible integrated idler. Easy to service, really precise, easy printable (one module body and idler), and most importantly - ready for Twins (dual extruder) ;)
J-Head mount system.
Looking for a really good bowden extruder - Bowden YRUDS ready for download :)
Two extruders for BiBONE 3D printer - just click and enjoy :)
BiBONE 3D printer
yegahC - STL's, scad, tutorials
YRUDS on Youtube
Large gear - 56 tooth HTD3M
Small gear - 15-16 tooth HTD3M
Belt - HTD3M 65 tooth, 4 mm wide
2x 686RS ball bearings
1x 626RS ball bearing
1x hobbed bolt (M6x50 allen bolt)
Nema17 stepper with 25mm shaft
You can cut bolt yourself - just look on the photo - simple cuts on M6 Head
Designed for 3mm filament
U can generate pulleys use this scad
Bowden entry pipe holder is designed for M6 nut and 6mm dia out pipe
If U don't want to use belt - check this Thing --> gears for YRUDS
Really nice gear
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