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ACRO 1515: 1500x2000mm

Discussion in 'DrawBot' started by Dr. Woohoo!, Sep 5, 2021.

  1. Dr. Woohoo!

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    Hello!

    With the help and advice from openBuilds, I have received my order (#142153), reviewed the parts list, and began to build it. As the title mentions, its size is 1500x2000mm and my intention is to make it a drawing bot by leveraging the drawing mechanism from my Axidraw v3/a3.

    I received the following V-Slots:
    1. 1 x V-Slot 20x40 2000mm
    2. 2 x V-Slot 20x20 2000mm
    3. 2 x V-Slot 20x20 1500mm
    Based on an earlier email conversation w/openBuild, I was expecting 1 x V-Slot 20x40 2000mm, 2 x V-Slot 20x20 2000mm, and 2 x V-Slot 20x40 1500mm. This brings up two questions (please see attached diagram for clarity):
    1. Should the V-Slot 20x20 1500mm be 20x40 because the Y-axis and Y2 motors will be attached to them?
    2. Should the X-axis motor be attached to the longest rail (2000mm) similar to the ACRO 510 (20" x 40") vs the ACRO 1510 (60" x 40")?
    For fun, I have added a photo of the Axidraw drawing mechanism attached to the front X-Axis plate.

    Thanks!
    Drew
     

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    Last edited: Sep 6, 2021
  2. Peter Van Der Walt

    Peter Van Der Walt OpenBuilds Team
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    The store asked me to relay to you that they will happily rectify the packing mistake and send out the correct parts to you today! In future, for packing/order/store related queries, please contact the Store team directly via https://support.openbuilds.com > Submit New Ticket

    Thank you for your patience.
     
  3. Dr. Woohoo!

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    Good to know x 2, thanks Peter.
     
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