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Bulldog Extruder Spacer
Bulldog Extruder Spacer for attaching to a delta printer. This spacer is designed for the bull extruder distributed by RobotDigg to replace there adaptor. I have included all common formats and solidworks part file so it can be easily modified if you require it.3D printer parts and enhancements
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I designed my own mount/x carriage
I have same question.
How do you want to mount the RobotDigg Bulldog Extruder?
I found the issue, the red wire of the connector on the Nema was half broken, wich gave the issues.
It's fixed now ;)
That's friendly but i have a mendelmax 1.5, i was refering to this http://www.robotdigg.com/product/698/Mounting+Plate+for+Bulldog+Extruder.
I ordered the right version but the extruder just james when trying to load from that side, the other side loads fine.
Any idea what side you use?
Dean do you want me to upload an opposite hand version of the spacer?
My robot digg bulldog arrived today, i chose the mounting plate to the right, but it can't extrude from that direction, the motor just jamms when tryin to load filament, from the opposite side it loads just fine but i need a left mount for that, pff, they also forgot the 3mm connector. When you order something these days it's a miracle when everything ordered is delivered.
using the drive gear from robot digg the steps are 490.99 and its the same for the other drive wheel but i still looking where i purchased it.
Thanks alot, i ordered a robotdigg bulldog xl myself, and i will probably Order the same Drive gear as you are using.
Yes but i use a different extruder gear as the robot digg drive wheel is not toleranced correctly to the shaft of the stepper motor so its slightly eccentric and can slip. I will find out the drive wheel/gear i use and get back to you with its make and steps are use.
Are you satisfied with the robotdigg bulldog xl? also may i ask what steps you are using? thanks