In this project we design four 1 inch diameter feet for use with common 1/4 Inch bolts to make adjustable feet for any DIY project you might have. As we searched Thingiverse and really could not find anything like this. Worth note, is the adjustable outside is 9/16th of inch while the inside is slightly over sized of 1/4 inch to allow for epoxy (we recommend JB Weld). As epoxying the bolt head (on all sides lightly) before insertion will make the metal bolt part of the over all structure add greatly to the strength foot and while on the topic would print with at least a 50% in-fill. Also notice we add support around the bolt head base for extra endurance.
Check out this re-mix with the Thingiverse customizer as with create our own hub for a custom plastic (PLA) spool mount we are building for the TwoUp! 3D Printer Kit modification. This was printed with ).3 Layer Heights, Thick Shells and 30% in-fill for a fast but yet sturdy build.
So you have a OneUp! or TwoUp! with those melamine bearing retain clips which either break or come lose? While here is my answer to that problem as simply print some new ones. If you look back a I did a post on building them, however in this video you see them installed with several of my other tricks too! So if your having a love / hate relationship with your bearings! You need to watch this video!
This is an end cap for 3/4″ by 3/4″ angle aluminum stock. It can be used as a foot or to finish off the top for appearance and safety. The fit is rather tight so I would suggest printing one and try in it as the gap is around 0.06″ with a bit of overlap on each side. These where printed in ABS with thick shells and 30% in fill.
This “pad” is designed to work as a pad between the rail and say a table top, or for sitting something on the rail itself. It attaches via two #8-32 1/2″ screws to two #8 nuts placed into the maker rail.
In this episode we will show how to assemble the Nautilus Gears from www.thingiverse.com/thing:27233
In this episode we will look at how to convert the TwoUp! 3D printer to a Bowden Extruder. This is Part 1 of two parts.