Ultimaker 2 Bowden Fix

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mnis
mnis
over 9 years
<p>Hello and Thank you for the FeedBack, EldRick. Have you already tried it? You are the first person with concerns of this kind. I think a slight curvature above the BowdenFix (...no buckling) is less problematic than a curvature immediately after the feeder clutch (...standard feeder).</p><p> Anyway, the material transport through a Bowden-system requires a lot of power and often the complete drive-system is undersized. I've been using for several weeks, a completely self-constructed material feeder with conventional drive-mechanism, stronger couplings, an even longer integrated BowdenFix, and a much stronger step-motor with "only" 200 Steps at 360 degrees and everything tested down to 0,05mm layer thickness, works excellent.</p><p>The Universal Bowden feeder (CPv7) for filaments with 3mm and 1.75mm and a variety of drive wheels, for a while now is ready. But I always make small improvements. And only when I am completely satisfied with my work, then I have something to give away.</p>
EldRick
EldRick
over 9 years
<p>It would seem that you are shortening the freely-moving part of the bowden tube, thus forcing it to take a more extreme bend further up the line.</p>
mnis
mnis
about 10 years
Today I have the individual parts of the BowdenFix made ​​available so that they can be printed as needed in a row.
mnis
mnis
about 10 years
Last updated: 2014-May-23... Small design change of the holder, since the tip is printed incorrectly when Cura is used. The development is now finished. Thank you for the great interest, I hope it works well.

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