Kossel Alt - 20mm extrusion - 8mm smooth rods

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created 18/11/13 08:32


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After using my Prusa Air printer since over a year now I have decided to try delta type printer. Kossel is really great design but as I have got some 8mm smooth rods and 20mm extrusion laying around I wanted to use them instead of precision rails.. I found Zam's Kossel files but after printing them out I noticed that belts are not aligned with the carriages. I have some older stepper motors from an old printer(?) which already have gt2 pulleys on the shafts and they are not movable.., anyway I thought that it would be better to have belts running exactly between the smooth rods.. So instead redesigning carriage I have redesigned frame.. Carriage was taken from here thingiverse.com/thing:30611
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for the frame use:

- 3 x 800mm - 20mm extrusion for columns
- for the top and bottom frames use either 9 x 300mm - 20mm extrusion or 3 x 300mm - 20mm and 3 x 300 20x40mm extrusion


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Latest Changes

Nov 18, 2013

  • Add file kossel_rav_alt_heatbed_mk2a_support_bottom_right.stl
    By mirror at 08:32
  • Add file kossel_rav_jhead_groove_mount_fixed_mesh.stl
    By mirror at 08:32
  • Add file kossel_rav_alt_top_frame_optional_support.stl
    By mirror at 08:32
  • Add file kossel_rav_alt_extrusion_core_pin.stl
    By mirror at 08:32
  • Add file kossel_rav_alt_heatbed_mk2a_support_topprint_x2_for_left_and_right_side.stl
    By mirror at 08:32
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