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Duo with 2x E3D V6
#21
Hello Thomas,

Thank you for the fast answer.
I also had to use the V5 extruder but these do not fit into the carriage of the DaVinci. I did not want to install a new carriage. That's why I bought the V6 Clones.
What steppers did you use? I'm also looking for 2 new ones.

RasberryPi and Octoprint are also on my wish list. Maybe I can learn from you?

best regards

Hannes
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#22
the stepper are Nema 17 ones. They came with the extruder.

The Pi 3 ist hanging behind the front panel. I hope you can see how i mounted it.

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i also made a small camera holder :-)

greetings

Thomas
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#23
Hi Thomas,

Many new ideas. Thanks a lot for this!

I bought a NEMA17 stepper. Unfortunately, this does not work.
Was from China.

Which extruder (feeder) did you buy?

Please excuse the many questions.

greetings

Hannes
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#24
Hi Thomas very nice job indeed.


Hannes what issue do you meet ? I use a lot of "chinese" nema 17 stepper without issue - the wiring is not always easy to find but they works pretty well
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#25
Hi Luc,

The fault is at the wiring. I had bought this stepper: 42SHD0001-24 (http://www.casunmotor.com/nema-17-stepper-motor-1)
I wanted a stepper with the right plug (JST PH2.0, 6 pin)

Do you know how much current the drivers can give?

greeting

Hannes
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#26
Hi Hannes,

No I don't sorry, but I see in specs this is 4 wires stepper as usual and 1.8deg / step so should be ok.
you say it is wiring issue ? so I guess when you plug the stepper motor and launch a rotation from printer , the motor vibrate but actually do not turn ? correct ? 
My steppers usually come without any connector, just free wires, I always do some trial to find the good wires, it is safe or you can use a multi-meter to find which are paired to save time   

Just avoid to unplug the stepper when power is on, it can damage the board/drivers
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#27
thanks Luc

Hi Hannes,

there is no label on my steppers, but they have the same 6pin connectors as yours

the extruder is this one: https://www.amazon.de/gp/product/B01H36U...UTF8&psc=1

greetings,
Thomas
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#28
Hello Thomas + Luc,

Thank you very much.
It would have been nice to have a stepper to connect directly
but that's no problem. Have already ordered JST plug.
Luc, you're right: The stepper vibrate but actually do not turn with the wrong connection.
I will build the Bowden Feeder myself. I would like to use aluminum.
I have a small CNC Mill.
@Thomas
Is there any space problem with the Bowden? I would like to use the cover of the printer again.

The new parts are ready. Tomorrow I can then test.

best regards

Hannes
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#29
Hello,

This is the current state:
   
   
Everything fits together well. There is now enough space for the printbed.
   
Now I have to make sure that the objects are printed in the middle of the bed.
Can I change this in the eeprom (xmin, xmax, ymin, ymax)?

greetings

Hannes
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#30
Hi Hannes,

i use the original Cover. But i removed the upper middle part of the backside cover.
The rest fits fine.

greetings,
Thomas

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#31
Hello Thomas,

Thank you, I will do so.

greetings

Hannes
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