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- Feb 6 2017, 3:06 PM (124 w, 2 d)
@adam it would be the same ambient heat as a mini 2 110 on the bed is the same for both a mini plate and a taz plate, the only thing that changed is the nozzle, but the shroud has a structure inside that would prevent warping. @logan can you take a look at this toolhead and see whats happening
Its the same exact toolhead except with hardened steel nozzle and hob
I dont know the state of the chassis when they were sitting on them for a while, if they had already been coated or not. If they were then, in my mind, they would remove the powder coating on those areas.
Findings from T7678 deem this as "wont fix" The M3x55 SHCS would be too long
I think the best option would be to use the current rev of the part and the M3x50 SHCS with 2x M3x22 FHCS. If we went with the old rev and used the M3x55 SHCS the threads would still stick out too far
@guadalupe the longer screw grounds the touchscreen can
IR did have all the masking callouts, the only extra masking callout from IR to A is masking around the usb cut out. We gave weiser PP-FP0172 to work from since they already had the chassis bent and welded. The internal masking is very important for EMI and CE. The 8mm masking circle is slightly less important since we passed EMI without it being masked. We need to have the internals powder coat free in the called out areas
@logan something I noticed when installing the thinner version of the x carriage cover, the M3x25 FHCS for the lower mounting hole is now too long and blowes out the hole, but we can use the M3x22 FHCS that we use on the hole further up. The M3x50 SHCS works well, but with quiver moving to a M3x55 SHCS we would have seperate hardware between the two. The M3x55 SHCS sticks out too far
Mon, Jun 24
This is @tutley 's machine, the harness lays flat against the extrusion. You could try and pull the slack out of the harness
the mount is abs the sleeve is ninjaflex
I personally dont care what we use. Its up to @karrad for the decision
@Hob it looks like your harness isnt in the top cable clip
@logan its about $0.24 for both parts material cost
@karrad could you print some since these dont require inserts?
something we could do in production
Is this ticket good to close out?
I pushed the drawing here so that I dont lose it while a change order is being made
Thu, Jun 20
@Steven, i wasnt aware that we were moving forward with that change. I believe this would require a change order unless this is just verifying that it would work in the first place
@paulette have you tried loosening the z belt tension?
Wed, Jun 19
getting a roll in would be cool, then we could just space out the pockets based on the roll
@karrad feedback welcome
The larger part is ABS the smaller is ninjaflex
@karrad do you know the part number for the fuses?
I think the cable clip should be moved to the frame corner. We could also add a zip tie to the bundle of wires coming off the bed to keep them secure
@logan what are your thoughts?
I mean, do they want a toolkit in the control box or just spare fuses
@karrad would we be adding just the fuses or other stuff as well?
have we sent a printer to CRADA
^that one looks fine. Its odd i just re-exported it and it looks better but I'm not holding my breath
Hmm that doesnt even show up in freecad. Give me a second
this processes can be done elsewhere if needed. Its as simple as checking and feeling if the rod is tight or not in the bushing. There is a night and day difference between it being loose - properly located, and tight - not located properly.
@DaniAO should we make two change orders? One for the printed part and one for the drawing or can we roll both into one change order
should we use the low strength thread locker?
Have they tried braking them?
or even better
do a fresh pull . I pushed one that fixed the broken face... freecad :(
Tue, Jun 18
updated the drawing to have 170mm of wire for the ground in rev B
That is actually correct. instead of chamfering the edge, there is a chunk cut out to allow the tensioner so move freely. There is however geometry on the lower mount hole that i made flush with itself
my bad, let me re-add that
Personally I dont think its a big deal to leave the inserts in, it would cause a lot less headache if we just used the same pp-is part throughout
I'm for it
This is also true. I know @kent and i discussed it and decided against it because the endstop switch holes would likely accidentally get inserted, but that was the only reason not too. With this issue in mind we could knockout both problems fairly easily
If we lengthen the cable enough we can route it from the motor ground to the strain relief thats already holding the endstop wires and back down to the connector
If we are seeing this on quiver, we should just move the mounting location of the ground to the front left corner of the motor like @mjpelletier said. That way its an ohai change.
the picture shows a redgum, the harnesses arent universal
^ has thinner lower left and right alignment brackets
Dang that is squished, ill make the x carriage towards the low end
looks good to me
Pushed the change to add 10mm of length to the ground wire
The thickness was to match quiver, but since we are seeing issues with thread engagement there we can change this here
Fingers crossed that if we fix T7669 all the rest of the changes will align
@jperry just pushed the artwork to the repo
And the bow was from the issue in T7669?
Perfect, that should work. Thanks!
what does the negative feature on the toolhead mount measure?