Prusa original motor - Bracket rotor - Protection rotor when removing
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If for some reason you need to replace the trapezoidal rod with another and you do not want to damage the rotor, you probably cannot do without some material on the rotor surface. The rotor is firmly glued, probably with epoxy glue. They must be detached from the shaft by turning to both sides. My bracket is intentionally longer to be used twice. Also, it is good to print the brackets in multiple sizes. Me fit + 0.5mm larger, depending on more factors.
3D printing settings
Prusa i3 MK3, PLA, 225°C, 0,20mm, speed 100% (draft), no support, no raft, print time cca. 1pcs 30 min (need min 2pcs)
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3D design format: STL Folder details Close
- Nema 17 sundavak v1.stl
- Publication date: 2019/10/07 at 21:43
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