Tubing length

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  • #102505

    Mark
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    When calculating tube length does the jscalc include enough overhang to mount the electronics by default or does one have to take those into consideration manually?

     

    Thanks!

    #102506

    Brent
    Participant

    I recently used it to cut mine and it’s exactly enough length if you’re looking at the table dimensions as you play with it.  There’s no butt end on the tubes when they’re clamped in.

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    #102512

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    overhang to mount the electronics

    The electronics do not mount on the tubes?

    #102519

    Barry
    Participant

    overhang to mount the electronics

    The electronics do not mount on the tubes?

    Not with that attitude they don’t!

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    #102523

    Mark
    Participant

    overhang to mount the electronics

    The electronics do not mount on the tubes?

    According to an O.G.

    Do you know him?

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    #102531

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    The screen gets zip tied to the Z stepper, and the electronics usually get screwed to the side plate, no tubes involved, usually (but could be possible…Barry…).

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    #102532

    Mark
    Participant

    I could have sworn you had the lcd mounted to the tubes. Proof is really hard to come by right now for some unrelated reason…

    #102533

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    The easiest pictures/vid I can think of are on TV, https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3026040

     

    #102552

    Barry
    Participant

    The screen gets zip tied to the Z stepper, and the electronics usually get screwed to the side plate, no tubes involved, usually (but could be possible…Barry…).

    Beats me, my setup is probably waaaaaay too heavy.

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