Flexible magnetic plate guide Geckotek by Dagoma
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"After many versions, tests, prototypes, failures and successes, I finally have the optimal Geckotek board guide version!
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Who has never dreamed of placing their removable stand upright on the first try in front of a delirious crowd waiting for only one thing, failure and the hilarity that goes with it?
Who doesn't care about getting it right several times to put the precious as straight as possible? (well, yeah, it takes time to do it right.)
Who's going to be the ultimate catchphrase?
the magnetism trainer?
the boss of the perfect placement?
the ultimate print stripper?
Well, maybe it'll be you! Yes, you!!!!
ADD-ON GECKOTEK : "FOR THE BOLD"
As you can see in the pictures, the support is placed at the back of the tray with a slight inclination. (like a hinge)
And all you have to do is tilt, with controlled restraint, and the tray is securely in place.
You have to:
4 simple to print elements (a few grams of PLA are enough)
4 screws M3 6mm (look in your drawers, there are always some lying around)
1 removable support kit Geckotek by Dagoma (www.dagoma.fr)
(and the screwdriver provided by Dagoma for the assembly of your machine ;) )
No special recommendations for printing, it's not too big, it doesn't take too much effort.
my personal parameters: 0.20mm of layer, 33% of filling, no support, no improvement of the grip surface.
The STL consists of the 4 elements placed in an optimized way.
As said in the previous publication, you will only need 4 M3 6mm screws.
(the same ones used to fix the Z motors of your machine for example).
For the installation, put the part with the screw head housings from below. this is the widest part which will rest on the plate. the thin part will therefore be at the top. it is intended like this to prevent the head from sticking in.
NOTE: There is a slight play and it is quite normal and voluntary.
As not all magnetic mats are cut exactly the same, I have taken this specificity into account so that no one is hindered in their use. ”
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3D design format: STL Folder details Close
- 3D model size: X 50 × Y 54 × Z 8.6 mm
- Publication date: 2020/09/11 at 18:47
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