ANYCUBIC Photon Zero to Wash and Cure Station Adapter
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ANYCUBIC Wash and Cure Station Adapter for mounting the buildplate
from the ANYCUBIC PHOTON ZERO for Washing models/plate
Engineered By: Anthony Musgrove Tested By: Anthony Musgrove Contact: email@example.com CAD: Creo Parametric 3.0 Creation Date: 28/12/2020 Additional Hardware Needed: 1x M6x16mm BOLT (Bunnings, a few dollars) 1x M6 NUT (Comes with pack of bolts from Bunnings) (Bunnings Link: https://www.bunnings.com.au/pinnacle-m6-x-16mm-stainless-steel-hex-bolt-and-nut-10-pack_p2320001) 1x M6 FLAT WASHER (12mm OD) (Bunnings Link: https://www.bunnings.com.au/pinnacle-m6-stainless-steel-flat-washer-12-pack_p0130533) Print Settings (all_bracket_parts.stl): * Layer Height: 0.2 * Wall Count: 3 * Infill: 15%, Lines * Material Tested: PLA+ (Purple, 3DFillies) * Printed Temp: 210 degrees C * Support Material: Enable supports build-plate only - support may be used for washer recess (against buildplate) and possibly a little bit on the rounded edges. * Print Time: 34 minutes (approx) on CTC Replicator Dual Print Settings (bolt_wheel.stl): * Layer Height: 0.2 * Wall Count: 3 * Infill: 30%, Gyroid * Material Tested: PLA+ (Purple, 3DFillies) * Printed Temp: 210 degrees C * Support Material: Enable supports, build plate only, it will be used for the NUT recess. * Print Time: 34 minutes (approx) on CTC Replicator Dual Files: all_bracket_parts.stl ALL bracket parts, oriented in their designated print orientation - don't change orientation! bolt_wheel.stl The wheel/knob to tighten and loosen the bolt. Oriented in print position - print as it is, with supports. Assembly: * Print all_bracket_parts.stl (all three parts, top, bottom and middle) * Print bolt_wheel.stl with the separate print settings above. * Ensure no elephant foot on any of the holes - clean up with a deburring tool to ensure correct fitment. * Superglue inside the NUT hole, spray the NUT with Accelerator, and install NUT in place, let it fuse well. * Superglue the washer recess on the MIDDLE part, then spray the WASHER with Accelerator, and install WASHER in place, let it fuse well. * Prepare the top piece for installation - the centre slot piece should have superglue placed on top of it, and then the middle piece slides down onto it, with the washer side UP - the WASHER side MUST go TOWARDS the NUT on the BOTTOM piece. * Slide the middle piece down the spine, letting the spine go through the spine hole, all the way down until the middle piece is firm up against the alignment slider * Once fused, place enough super glue over the washer, and the plastic piece, ready for the surface with the NUT to also slide down the spine - press this firmly together and spray with accelerator. * Superglue inside the bolt-wheel (knob) bolt fitment area. Spray the top of the bolt with accelerator and install the head of the bolt into the bolt-wheel (knob) bolt fitment area. let it fuse well.
- 3D file format: STL
- Publication date: 2020/12/28 at 09:29
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