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Discussion in 'Show and Tell' started by J0ester, Nov 27, 2017.
hi anyone can help my extruder tensioner arm have broke into 2 pieces
anyone have the stl File for this?
I don't think there is an STL or 3D model of this available.
Personlly, I am very surprised this isn't a bigger issue, the spring used is overly strong requiring a lot of pressure to open that idler arm. You are going to have to call Robo and get a part sent to you.
For the R2?
No. AFAIK, nobody has reverse engineered the Robo CAD files yet and Robo has not released them for any recent printer versions (nothing since the R1)
ok thank. than just have to send mi the replacement unit.
My R2 isn't running today or tomorrow (maintenance ) so I'll model it up for you if you need.
wow. I wonder if the screw that holds it in, backed off a bit, and when you applied pressure, it somehow torqued it?
Mine got very loose and was causing under extrusion, until I discovered that behind that flat cover, was another allen wrench screw that was really loose. Tightened it up, and my extrusion probs went away.
thank alot.. my i cant print as my printer is down too.
Once you get a model someone can print it for you. I think we can find someone around here who can do that ... maybe
pls model for me..thank alot
give this one a shot. I have it installed and running on my R2. I omitted the back pin and made solid so its easier to 3D print. Seems to work fine. Can add the pin later if an issue shows up, let me know.
@Geof that is sure fancy
How does the thin right side print?
lol some of the curves had to be there so I figured whatever put em everywhere
So @Geof where is the Fusion 360 link?
af...f? lol away from fusion will try to export it when I can.
It all printed fine for me. .15 layer black ABS.
Here is one direct from Robo support-
It will not hurt my feelings if nobody uses mine