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  1. Version 2022.03.31


    Orbiter 2 Clockwork Module (beta) This Clockwork module allows the use of the Orbiter v2 Extruder in the Voron Afterburner. THIS IS A PRE-RELEASE - DO NOT DOWNLOAD UNLESS YOU ARE WILLING TO DEAL WITH POSSIBLE ISSUE OR TO GIVE FEEDBACK! The rear screws that hold the chain anchor on are m3x8, two of them. They use the Voron heat set inserts, m3 I was working with DoubleT on the PCB holder. Trying to build a universal tool version so we could use different holders.
  2. Version 1.0.0


    My designs I have done for high power rocketry bays led me to design connector blocks specialized for that environment. I have taken one of my older designs and remixed it to mount as a right angle four post block for signal and fan wiring. I do like the WAGOs but only for AC/Mains. This block gives you four isolated posts in a space that fits into a extrusion rail with a M3 hammerhead nut. Printed Part 4_post_Wiring_Block_M3_rail Other parts four M3 thermal inserts one M3x12 screw for mounting block one M3 hammerhead T-nut four M3x6 pan head or button head non-oxide screws (shiny) four M3 internal lock washers eight M3 brass washers You can use spade terminals or wrap a loop of wire between the brass washers. Personally, I would use a spade terminal for the controller connection and just strip off the ends of the fan wires, twist them together and wrap it around the post. When a fan goes bad, replacement would be the easist this way. Of note, I have the panels from Printed Solid shown in the picture. The block is only 12mm high, so it can fit against the panel for use in the electronic section.
  3. Version 2022.03.31


    Microswitch probe with magnetic attachment, primarily aimed at CoreXY 3d printers with a focus on the Voron printers, should work on other printers with the variable mount. The objectives for this project are: drop in replacement for Omron TL-Q5MC2 or PL-08N2 (you don't need to replace the toolhead) easier and faster to build than similar probe types does not require soldering fixed probe dock mount (for the printers that are suported), less variables to adjust be able to detect all the print surfaces be as close to the hotend tip as possible highly repeatable and accurate probes less temperature variations no melting of its parts cheap to build It can also be used with the new automatic Z calibration klipper plugin to effectively calculate the Z offset from the probe and from the Z endstop. The inspiration for the Klicky Probe comes from the Annex magprobe and the Euclid probe, it uses some concepts from each of the projects. There is no need for supports, recommended settings are 4 perimeters/top/bottom, 13% infill. The probe dock is mounted on the gantry, allowing it to be used as a Z endstop if desired (I use it that way). There are three gantry extrusion mounts possible: one fixed to be used on the Voron V2.4 or V1.8 AB with MGN12 or MGN9 - one that has some variance for other toolheads - one fixed sidemount dock to allow a purge/scrub bucket on the left side of the bed The fixed gantry extrusion mounts have been confirmed to work on the Voron V2.4 and V1.8 The normal magnet installation is that the two magnets that attach to the microswitch are installed with the same polarity, the 3rd magnet should have the inverse polarity. There is however the possibility that the magnets will demagnetize over time due to the alternating magnetic fields thay may result in a slow but sure demagnetization of the magnets, the magnets are so strong that may take a long time to show the effects of demagnetization YMMV. No soldering is necessary, the probe microswitch connectors are also press-fit on the magnets. The AB mount wires are also connected with pressure from the magnets, you can use the probe magnets as a template to insert the AB mount magnets, it is easier that way to don't insert the magnets the wrong way. You will not lose Y travel on any configuration in the tests that were done. It is also recommended to glue the magnets in place, superglue is good. You will need to add macros to Klipper to be able to dock and undock the probe as necessary to do the Endstop (if necessary) and Quad Gantry Level, it is in the Klipper Macro directory. Probe BOM: 1x microswitch (the omron D2F-5 or D2F-5L (removing the lever) is recommended) 2x M2x10 self tapping 4x 6x3 magnets AB mount BOM: 3x 6x3 magnets Probe Dock: 1x 6x3 magnets 2x M3x20 Fixed Dock mount: 2x M3 threaded insert M3x5x4 2x M5x10 2x M5 t-nut or equivalent or variable Dock mount: 10x M3 threaded insert M3x5x4 8x M3x8 2x M5x10 2x M5 t-nut or equivalent If you would like to check a possibly more uptodate repository, check here The macro is based on a version provided by the user garrettwp on Discord, many thanks to him. I have tweaked it a lot. It is also originally based on the great Annex magnet dockable probe macros "#Originally developed by Mental, modified for better use on K-series printers by RyanG and Trails" and can be found here Would also like to thank the Voron discord community and VoronDesign for all the work that was and still is being made to maintain the Voron ecosystem. The probe accuracy output is something like this: probe accuracy results: maximum 6.430000, minimum 6.426250, range 0.003750, average 6.428750, median 6.428750, standard deviation 0.000791 There is now an arrow on the probe telling you where should the switch pole be to have the correct offset. The probe offsets are: z_offset = 6.42 x_offset: 0 y_offset: 19.75 Assembled Klicky Probe Dock and undock video It is working very well, if you decide to use it, give me feedback, either here, or on discord, my discord user is JosAr#0517. By standing on the shoulders of giants, let's see if we can see further.
  4. Version 1.0.0


    For use with Eddie's LED_Bar_Clip, this is a 50mm corner piece that hides wire management and fills out the corners. Comes with eyelet for a zip-tie and two M3 loose-fit thru holes for screwing to the extrusion (could modify for clips but would require support to print) Pieces are 50mm square, on my 250x250 I have 16 of Eddie's clips and one of these on each side. You may need to adjust the size depending on your build, but the FreeCAD file provided should still hold up if you want to adjust the dimensions (I tried reducing to 45mm square and it turned out fine) Hope this helps with making pretty lights! ~happylittlePCBs
  5. Version 2021.03.20


    STL File You can print this logo on your 3D printer. I have included base (0.64mm thick) in this stl file which you can print in base color (at 0.24 first layer + two 0.2mm layers) & change filament after 3 or 4 layers to your accent color. I changed filament after 4 layers. Use monotonic top layer infill to have uniform top layer of Black base. Check images below. Use VHB tape to stick it to back panel. Image Files Image files are included in high quality JPG & PNG format if anyone wants to print them on paper with traditional ink printer. DXF File DXF file is included if anyone wants to cut this on laser cutter out of Vinyl wrap. (Like I did, Shown in Images below)
  6. Time and time again, the question is asked, "What is the difference between Voron Printers?". Below is a quick overview of the differences and what is great about each. V0 - Voron0 tiny, cute, fast. I hope you like 120*120mm. The cheapest full build option can print all the required parts for any other Voron build. V1 - Voron1 is a classic fixed-top gantry, moving bed. 250-300mm. Currently doesn't have automatic bed leveling; next version will. V2 - Voron2 is a flying gantry, fixed bed. Probably most popular overall, but also the most expensive. It has the largest potential build volume, up to 350mm cubed. VS - VoronSwitchwire is a CoreXZ design with bed flinger. It might be cheapest if you have a printer to cannibalize VL - VoronLegacy is a specialized one in the lineup for v1.6 that you don't want to replace with rails. It's a throwback model intentionally if you like old-school designs with some modern enhancements. VK - VoronKit was produced for minimal time; these are no longer produced and no longer available for purchase. Voron Serial Registry: Currently issued serials as of July 13, 2021: V0: 581 V1: 261 V2: 1658 VK: 19 VL: 25 VS: 191 Total: 2735. NOTE: This is not an extensive list of all Vorons built, the users who produce the second or third Vorrons may not request a serial number to be included in the registry, but it will give a rough idea of what is out there. Additionally you can find longer descriptions in this FAQ
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