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8mm Bearing IGUS Style

This is an 8mm linear bearing to test Igus part RJZM-01-08 (http://www.igus.com/wpck/3663/drylin_r_rjum_01?C=US&L=en).

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This is an 8mm linear bearing to test Igus part RJZM-01-08 (http://www.igus.com/wpck/3663/drylin_r_rjum_01?C=US&L=en). The outer shell is printed in ABS and the inner sleeve is printed in Igus Iglidur 180-PF Tribo-filament. The Iglidur filament is made specifically to hold up to wear caused by repetitive motion.

See here for more info: http://www.igus.eu/wpck/12019/iglidur_TriboFilament?C=DE&L=en

For the shell, I printed in ABS, 30% infill, 0.1mm layer height, 250 C nozzle, 100 C heated bed with a light coat of ABS slurry.

The insert was printed using the same parameters as above except I used the Igus filament and 100% infill.

I've included four versions of the sleeve. I've found that at 8mm ID, the sleeve needs a bit of sanding out. For me the 8.3mm ID sleeve fits snugly on an 8mm rod. You may need to experiment depending on your printing conditions.



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