Built dust shoe only to find out it's too much for steppers

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  • #94473

    Alex
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    Really wanted to have zero dust cutting, built this thing.

    Got it on to find out that X axis stepper is skipping 🙁

    #94480

    Krzysztof Rygwelski
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    they whey that you have this strips is making quite a lot resist try 90 degre to table

    #94484

    Alex
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    My thought was that 90 degree would affect Z axis on the plunge.

    #94496

    Krzysztof Rygwelski
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    On X axis you have one motor, on Z axis you have two motors + weight.

    #97769

    Dan Roesch
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    Would you be willing to share the model for your dust shoe?  Thanks!

     

    Dan

    #99191

    Alex
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    Dan, here’s a link to STLs:

    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3605877

     

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    #99500

    Dan Roesch
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    Alex,

    Thanks for sharing. Here is the version I designed.

    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3611534

    I’m using craft foam for the skirt which hasn’t interfered with the movement. I was thinking about designing a version with bristles but i’m wondering if I’ll run into the same problem as you.

    This is what I ordered from amazon.

    Dan

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