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      As with all my projects i have no idea what im doing and i have no plan. But that's the fun part. Alice Clementine will be an Aluminum/Plastic Version of Roberta Clementine. I have Fastek Extrusions and OpenBuilds V-Slot Rail and im mashing them together to see what i get.

      Ok i gave up on the faztek. i have moved on to v-slot exclusively and the makerlinks are lovely!!

      I'm waiting on different sizes of metric screws which i had not accounted for. but finally made progress.



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      I can never find the right length screws and when i do they have the wrong head types.

      Great Nema 17 motor mount that has screw holes on the sides of the extrusion.
      This was important because of the way i decided to run my beltsl
      Nema 17 stepper motor mount by Trigubovich
      Published on June 7, 2016
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      I remixed it myself for the y-axis as i had weird measurements to adjust to.
      Remix for my application by Tabris25


      Great y carriage belt tensioner that i chose again because i wanted my belts to travel in the v-slot groove.
      Tronxy X3 y-belt tensioner (front) by idig3d
      Published on January 7, 2017
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      this belt tensioner thing is neat. i may have to thicken it but so far so good.
      Tronxy X3 x-belt tensioner by idig3d
      Published on January 7, 2017
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      Now because i wanted to run the belts inside the v-slot groove i needed a belt clip that pushed the belts down into the groove while holding. i came up with this

      it was super annoying:

      but i finally got it RIGHT!!


      The clip works perfectly
      Robert E. Nee, MaryD and Mark Carew like this.
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    Reason for this Build

    This is the second printer of a series of printers i call the Clementine Sisters. Printers that i am building for use in my Robotics Club at my School.

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    Too Many To Add here. This is a real Frankenstein it takes a village kind of printer