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    Ultimaker Original

    UMO

    the one and only ;) but heavily modified!

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Commented on Adapters for UMO+ for Gudo's Bed stabilizer 7 months ago
Hum, why did he remove his design? Isn't it working?
Commented on Beyond UMO & UM2 Slideblocks by Gudo & Neotko - GT2 Open Belt 7 months ago
Damn it... XYCore is looking good man, damn. Now I am in doubt again, thanks for that xD
Commented on Beyond UMO & UM2 Slideblocks by Gudo & Neotko - GT2 Open Belt 7 months ago
Sorry, I forgot to say that I really like this design! xD It's one of the most sophisticated ones in my eyes, even better than the original solution using closed belts and a spring - I mean, at first I thought that's a good idea but a spring will always lead to some backlash at least at higher speeds. Anyhow - open belts and your design, I think that's the way I will go with my oldy goldy UMO. Thanks for that.
Commented on Beyond UMO & UM2 Slideblocks by Gudo & Neotko - GT2 Open Belt 7 months ago
@neotko: One year after, do you still use this design? How does it work? Any problems?
Commented on Beyond UMO - UM2 Slideblocks 7 months ago
hey neotko! have you ever thought about including the spring-tension-mechanism - which you already discussed about a while ago here: https://community.ultimaker.com/topic/7985-umo-belt-tensioners-springs-not-documented/
Contributed on E3d V6 hot end mount 7 months ago
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Printed on:
ultimaker original
Result:
filled 100%, ABS, some oozzing on the fan shrouts, the rest is perfect. Print it without any support!
Feedback:
Is there a reason why the clearance (to the heater block) of the right fan differs from the clearance of the left fan? Would be nice in general, if you can make the gap a bit wider for the silicon sock sold by e3d :)
Favored E3d V6 hot end mount 7 months ago
Contributed on Compact mount for E3D-v6 hot end on Ultimaker Original 7 months ago
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Printed on:
ultimaker original
Result:
See comments, had to modify it a bit-
Feedback:
See comments too ;) Thank you for sharing your design!
Commented on Compact mount for E3D-v6 hot end on Ultimaker Original 7 months ago
Ah, btw, what do you think about a bowden-clip that is accessible from the outside?
Commented on Compact mount for E3D-v6 hot end on Ultimaker Original 7 months ago
Hey Amedee! This is my suggestion for the bottom middle part: https://i.imgur.com/4LT9i4B.png If you would modify it like that, than you can add some play on the bottom part (reducing the groove height a bit - just 0.1mm or so). The bottom middle part is then - once the screws are thightened - holding down the hotend in place, but it would be easy to move/slide the hotend to the end while installation. Regarding of the camfer: Funnily it is in fact easier without the camfer (I changed the stl a bit locally). The reason is that the upper part is catching the edge (the camfer) at the end while sliding into position. I did a naive drawing here: https://www.pixilart.com/art/camfer-catching-0979e9bbf235ac1 Concerning the scaling problem: After removing the chamfer, adding the "press down thing" and scaling to 100.3%, it fits very very well and tight now ;)
Commented on Compact mount for E3D-v6 hot end on Ultimaker Original 7 months ago
Furthermore: It would be very nice if the bottom-middle part would somehow "press down" the hot end a bit instead (of being so tight). Since the different v6 versions have different heights on the upper part (the one above the groove), it would be nice if you would offer different bottom-middle parts for the different hotends. Cheers!
Commented on Compact mount for E3D-v6 hot end on Ultimaker Original 7 months ago
Am I the only one who is having some problems while fitting the E3D hot end into the bottom piece? I have printed this in ABS for the third time now, but it does still not fit (it's impossible to "slide" the hotend all the way to the end). I already scaled up the model since I think my first print shrinked a bit, but it still doesn't fit at 100.6%. Would you mind to modify your design a bit for me? :) The outer diameter is 16.1mm on my E3D, i think this is maybe caused by the pressed in bowden clip. Furthermore the camfer on the groove-socket (the inner one) somehow hampers me while siding the hotend the full way - could you please make the camfer smaller or even remove it? Thanks!
Commented on E3Dv6 printhead mount for Ultimaker Original 8 months ago
The official heated bed (for the ultimaker original) came with an pcb which is called the "HeaterBoard". This little board is powered by an 24V power supply. It is connected to the Heated Bed MOSFET on the Ultimaker Aurdino shield and the an Temperature Input. On the other side it has an interface for an PT100 sensor and a 24V heating element. Normally this is used for the "heated bed upgrade", but I wonder if one could also hook up the E3D instead of the heated bed. I think there shouldn't be much difference and this would solve all the volting problems for the E3D on the Ultimaker Original. Given that you have the PT100 sensor E3D sells. Will send you an eMail ;)