X-axis corrector for Geeetech A10 and similar printers
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3D model description
Your parts don't fit together properly?
Are those printed at the edge of the bed more compact in X than those printed in the centre?
This small part (and its mirror binoculars according to X or Y) will solve this problem, by raising the point of attachment of the belt from X to the print head, ending the problems of dimensions according to X!
Indeed, some printer designs such as the Geeetech A10, A20, A30, Creality Ender 3, CR-10... suffer from a discrepancy between how much the printer thinks it moves in X, and how much it actually moves. This is due to the too low position of the attachment points between the belt and the head in relation to the X-axis pulleys, and increases the closer one gets to the edges of the bed.
The part has been designed for Geeetech A10, and can be adapted to your printer via Fusion 360 (file included).
3D printing settings
PLA or other rigid materials
<= 0.2mm layer height and +- 50mm/s ( need for dimensionally accurate prints )
=1,6 mm wall thickness / 95% filling ( for rigid parts )
- 3D file format: F3D and STL
- Publication date: 2020/01/26 at 01:01
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