[islandlabs] How's the printing?
burns at cshl.edu
Fri Apr 9 12:45:52 EDT 2010
It's a captive-nut bracket that allows lateral play/motion in the
Unfortunately, it then requires something else (the extra 2 rods) to
provide lateral stability for the Z stage.
Good luck finding metric sized nuts at the regular hardware stores.
I didn't think they carried those.
so... Where did you get the metric threaded rod?
From: list-bounces at islandlabs.org
[mailto:list-bounces at islandlabs.org] On Behalf Of Jonathan Dahan
Sent: Friday, April 09, 2010 12:37 PM
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Subject: Re: [islandlabs] How's the printing?
also, to reduce wobble issues:
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2151 . check the video :D
On Fri, Apr 9, 2010 at 12:35 PM, Jonathan Dahan
<jedahan at gmail.com> wrote:
I got some metric threaded rod that fits the regular
idler wheel pretty well, though the bolt might be too long. Also heading
to home depot for some m5 nuts to use the regular bolt. Hopefully we
won't lose tension this time...
On Fri, Apr 9, 2010 at 12:31 PM, Burns, William
<burns at cshl.edu> wrote:
Making slow progress..
The improvised heated build platform is working
very well w/ 220 degree PVC.
I found someone saying that getting a raft to
stick to a non-heated platform works much better at 230 degrees, but
that the rest of the build has to be at 220.
Almost had a clean build Wednesday night.
The 'bot lost belt tension and started skipping
teeth about 1/3 through the first part. It was looking really good up to
I'm finding that the makerbot design doesn't
make it easy to retention the lowest belt. (there's a nut underneath the
lower movable stage) I'm considering drilling a hole through the bottom
of the bot, into the power supply area so I can get a ratchet through
I'm having trouble w/ skeinforge on the PC.
It doesn't run, giving the error shown in the
last post of this thread:
I assume that it's looking for a non-existent
file, and then bombing 'cause there's something wrong w/ the error
reporting code, but I haven't had a chance to pinpoint the problem.
From: john.abella at gmail.com
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Sent: Friday, April 09, 2010 11:50 AM
To: Burns, William
Subject: How's the printing?
Any good news? Working now?
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