Y-Axis Belt Mount for MendelMax 1.5

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Y-Axis Belt Mount for MendelMax 1.5 by MishaT Jan 11, 2013
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Added belt clamps instead of cable ties. Sized for GT2 2mm pitch 6mm wide timing belt which is standard on the MendelMax.


Hardware required:

8 M3 10mm screws (four for mounting and four for clamps)
4 M3 Nuts

Print and insert nuts into the nut traps before mounting. Clamp one end of the belt, run the belt around motor and idler, pull tight and clamp the free end.

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if possible please could you email me the solidworks file? ([email protected]) It would be very helpful to be able to change some of the dimensions of the mount before 3D printing it. Thanks

I'll send them to you after work, but you should probably remove your email address from the comment (I have it written down).