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  1. Version 2.0.0


    Hey guys, So! I'm going dual (and triple) extrusion on my printers and didn't want to fuss with the ERCF for my smaller ones, so I bring to you the Mobius M4 dual extruder mount for the Voron 2.4 / Voron Trident. Tested as working - All fits together, all fits on to the voron, extruders attach easily. This is (kind of) a remix of the following: Elegoo Neptune 2-2S-2D Dual M4 Extruder Mount by mlee12382 | Download free STL model | Printables.com I got the original idea from the linked file above, I imported it into fusion 360 and sketched around it (getting rid of the unnecessary holes where they've obviously used tinkercad and the M4 baseplate. Instead of the silly (weak looking) cylinders that have been merged to some other blocks, I sketched out a stronger join and inserted the holes through that - also got rid of the stupid hole sizes that were used and made these 3.2mm in diameter for the M3 screws and 5.2 for the M5 screws - this means your screws should slide in nicely even if your settings are off. With the Filament Runout Sensor mounts, so far I have just copied the original, but again made the joints stronger and the holes a decent size - I'm not sure if this will work with the sensors I want to use so will report back later - the way these are designed means you can print them flat instead of upright, saving time! On top of this, I have added fillets to any stress points I considered to be weak - this should improve longevity of the mount. To mount it on to the printer I have just used the Voron spool holder mounting technique - it is designed to sit into the 2020 extrusion and grip over the top panel.
  2. Version 3.1.3


    This is the Super Stealth Orbiter, a super low profile mount/housing for your Orbiter 1.5 with easy access for servicing the Orbiter without removing it from the printer/housing. After using 3dPmamsih 'Orbiter 1.5 for StealthBurner' for a few months I knew there were a few things I wanted to change. 1) To have an unbroken PTFE path from the exit of the orbiter directly down to the hot end. 3dPmamsih version had a break and required two pieces of PTFE with a bit of housing between. There were a few times my filament hung up in this section, so I wanted to remove it. 2) To break the full loop in front of the Orbiter that prevented the idler door from fully opening. This further prevented easy access to clean the gears and thus service or clean the extruder. 3) To have a proper Bowden tube coupler. 4) Various tweaks to the design to add additional reinforcement, rigidity, ease of assembly, and overall long term durability. 5) A sleek look that gives little to no indication of the extruder being used. This includes removing the thumb wheel from the idler tensioner and instead simply using an m3 bolt. In my case I find I can still tension to the desired amount with just my fingers and the bolt. I also don't tend to adjust this much once its set. PTFE path BOM: (Ill add this soon, but nothing special. If you have some m3 hardware and heat sets from your build you are probably good to go. Compatibility: Super Stealth Orbiter works with Orbiter 1.5 (I think that means the 1.0 should work too. Not sure.), the new MGN 12 based X-carriage (bolts go in from the front) and StealthBurner of course. Please do leave a comment and let me know how its working for you. If anyone wants to see a version for 2.0, send me one! Ill model it up and test it out. Don't need the motor, just extruder Finally, Ill try get a GitHub repo up for this as well. Thanks to 3dPmamsih. His design is the foundation for the Super Stealth Orbiter. I believe he adapted his design from Eytecz LGX lite mount, so big thanks to him too. (https://github.com/Eytecz/LGX_Lite_Stealthburner_CW2_style_mount/ ) "for his mount of lgx lite on SB to inspire me to complete this orbiter 1.5" .
  3. Version 2020.10.19


    This is the official release of VORON M4 extruder Assembly Manual. It's a dual geared hobbed filament extruder designed for the VORON family of printers. It features a 4:1 belt driven design to provide torque while being able to be near silent. It inherits the best parts of various extruders we've released over the past 5 years. This is the VORON Bowden extruder for the new era. Key features: Belt loop tensioning system from the iconic VORON Belted extruder Drive core from Mobius3 Extruder Latch and guilder system from Clockwork Extruder inside the Afterburner Toolhead System Overall part count reduction from Mobius3 Simplified design, returning to the roots of what a VORON Bowden extruder should be This file, and any archived versions was originally sourced from https://vorondesign.com/ and has not been changed or modified. You can view the GPL3 License at the official Voron GitHub Repository https://github.com/VoronDesign/Mobius-Extruder/blob/master/LICENSE
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