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This is where you need to use the plunge tool instead.
Great update David! Thank you!
The tile cutting bit in the Dremel section at Home Depot or Lowes works great still.
I personally use a smaller diameter bit though. Mine is a...
Yes, but I have yet to do this with mine.
1 pound, 12 ounces :D
Mine is still getting used and working good 6 yrs later...
I would build another 3d printer with it.
Good to hear you got it figured out. What Justin said was going to be my next thought, lol.
Post a pic of the bad board.
If you had it wired this way then the diodes were soldered incorrectly (they are one way like a check valve is in plumbing)....
Those are diodes and they will pop if you reverse the polarity going to the board.
Very Nice. I like how it's all enclosed.
I added it to the original Sketchup file under the other attachments. I hope that helps.
Yes I can.
Just disassemble it within Sketchup and lay the parts flat. That is all that was done with the rest of the parts in the sketchup file.
I'm confused to what your asking. From the pic you posted it looks like you already have it.
I do not know how many teeth they are and it would require me to take it all apart to find out. Maybe Mark would have that answer for you.
The top steel rods on mine measure 15.5mm diameter but I think the original came with 5/8".
The bottom rollers are 2" diameter steel pipe but...