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Y-Axis idler Socket
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The Y-axis socket for the Idler may need to be a tiny bit larger to allow smooth insertion of the metal idler. It has been a hassle during the Y-axis Alpha builds.

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kforrest created this task.Dec 5 2018, 7:47 AM
west added a comment.Dec 6 2018, 4:42 PM


@kent can we get some run in cluster with the g code above to see if they are any better?

kent added a comment.Dec 10 2018, 10:17 AM

@west I'm confused by the phrasing of the question. Are you asking if it is possible, or requesting that I print these for you?

west added a comment.Dec 10 2018, 10:23 AM

I'm asking to print some in cluster to see if cluster prints are too variable with a standard gcode or is it works well without much variance

@david.hall how should we go about getting some parts printed in cluster with said gcode?

@west David isn't printing anything for Quiver, @EricNugent is managing all of this, and they have to be done through a cluster slicing request.

west added a comment.Dec 11 2018, 11:49 AM

@EricNugent can you run the above gcode through cluster

@west I can but this is a slice for mini 1 correct? The x and y steps per MM will be different than the alpha parts printed on mini2. I feel as though whatever information you are attempting to gather from this gcode will not be comparative data as none of the parts used for alphas were printed on mini1.

Regardless, how many parts do you need?

west added a comment.Dec 11 2018, 12:08 PM

I think 5

west closed this task as Resolved.Dec 18 2018, 4:20 PM

I got some y idler housings from @EricNugent with the gcode provided in T4875 and the idler fits well in them