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Printinz clamps for DaVinci 1.0 Pro

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I bought a PrintinZ print bed for my XYZ DaVinci Pro.
My binder clips were either too big or too small so I made my own.
2 clamps at 20mm wide go in the front.
1 clamp 10mm wide goes in the back.
Print in ABS with 50% infill.
There is a brim on the bottom. trim off post print.

R1 - It seems that after a couple of months of printing, my hex clamps get weak and the printinz plate starts to slide around a little. I made these screw type clamps to get more pressure. I used an 8-32 screw 3/4" long and a 8-32 nut. I wouldn't put a screwdriver on them, just tighten them by hand.
Two will go in the front, but they are too big for the back. Not even upside down, one of the linear shafts will hit the screw when zeroing the axes. Maybe a 1/2" screw?
I used my hex clamp(s) in the back for now.

R2 - I made a smaller screw clamp. I started with my hex clamp and modified it to accept an 8-32 nut and screw. This one even fits on the back side if you flip it upside down and use a shorter screw.

  • 3D file format: STL
  • Publication date: 2020/10/27 at 15:51





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