Printrbot Play Components

These are the components you will need to print to complete your Maker to Play Upgrade kit.

3D printer parts and enhancements

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    Description

    If you purchased the Maker to Play Upgrade kit from Printrbot.com, you will need to print these components to complete you upgrade build.  Be sure to print with 100% infill so the components come out as solid objects.


    The quantities you will need to print of each are;

    4 - Z Axis Rod End

    1 - Sensor Clamp

    7 - Universal Bearing Clamp

    1 - X Axis Bearing Clamp

    4 - X Axis Rod Clamp

    1 - Y Axis Rod End Front

    1 - Y Axis Rod End Back

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    Mini jdavis iteea smJLD added this to the Printrbot | Play collection ago
    574f1d4ac3fc14bcae7f553eea61503f?default=blank&size=40wuudogg added this to the Printrbot Ugrades collection ago
    Mini 1Dubai Bunnies added this to the Print collection ago
    4fe9f650df49285494f6deace0af9b4a?default=blank&size=40jher added this to the play collection ago
    47af593ad1b53e3dfa48937402de2f83?default=blank&size=40mroreo123 added this to the Printrbot Play Partz collection ago
    Mini ce wrench1Chad Edwards added this to the PrintrbotPlay collection ago
    10452f37948287fac211f5de92d2fb0a?default=blank&size=40Jason George added this to the Printrbot Play collection ago
    035fcce52bc12b822b03a0b6a310c105?default=blank&size=40Orlando C added this to the Printrbot collection ago
    Mini thMike Rhone printed this ago
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    Printed on:
    Printrbot - Printrbot Simple
    Result:
    Works great, perfect replacement
    Feedback:
    Works better when you orient the part so that the Z-lines are parallel to the threads on the Z-sensor. In its default position in Cura the part is weak and my first version snapped.
    Ad91187fdd2c31a9bd877987cd27c5cb?default=blank&size=40Guzzi80 added this to the To do collection ago
    14d7e3ac0af2d1ea02c84ec58ed7ee7b?default=blank&size=40jboero added this to the Printr Parts collection ago
    32fa99186a0f3d8a14841248340317d8?default=blank&size=40lgdidier added this to the printer collection ago
    Mini 1511199 10152824236402512 8694662141600735757 n倩青 added this to the Printrbot Play collection ago
    Mini img 20150812 062444JoeFlush added this to the pb play collection ago
    Mini img 0031 3Michael Spano commented ago

    Will it fit if you turn it on an angle?

    Mini img 0031 3Michael Spano printed this ago
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    Printed on:
    Printrbot - Assembled Printrbot PLUS
    Result:
    Awesome!
    Feedback:
    200Micron 50mm/s Proto-Pasta 190C Hot End 70C Bed Sliced in Cura
    80d1feae59929ab8614c830db4117d3d?default=blank&size=40Andrew Jawitz commented ago

    Assuming most users will be printing these components on their Printrbot Simple 1405 before disassembling it, does anybody have any idea of how we're supposed to print the Y-Axis Rod Ends? Both appear to be too long to fit on the default buildplate of a Simple Makers? Is there a way to resize it? Is it expected that we would have another printer? Or are we supposed to have it printed by somebody else?

    Mini 2013 02 13 22.51.49Ian Lewis commented ago

    I actually 'pre-threaded' the ends before assembling them. They need to be a tight fit and it worked out easier to do it 'off printer'

    Mini pb1printrbot published this design ago