Frame Assembly - Pre Insert the right t-nuts to the right spot

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Frame Assembly - Pre Insert the right t-nuts to the right spot

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I did this mapping a while back before the forum was created. I think the right place for this info is here:


Hardware Map 3D View <-- click
This MAP will show where to pre-load the various types of T-Nuts and L-Nuts when building your frame
FrameHardware.png


Purple = M3 X 3030profile T-Nut (Hard to find)
Qty XY: 16 based on X&Y Print size at 315. Add Qty2 for every additional 5cm(50mm) of Y axis over 315mm.
Qty ZR_V2 : 24 based on Z Print size of 340. Add Qty3 for every additional 5cm(50mm) of Z axis over 340mm.
M3X3030_Tnut.png


Green = M6 X 3030profile T-Nut.
Advice: You should get some that are drop in or roll in. This helps a lot when some were forgotten to be inserted before putting frame parts together.
Qty Frame = 104
Qty XY & XYHT = 27
Qty ZR_V2 = 15
M6X3030_TNut.png


Blue = M5 X 3030profile T-Nut
Advice: You should get some that are drop in or roll in. This helps a lot when some were forgotten to be inserted before putting frame parts together.
Qty XY & XYHT = 6
Qty ZR = 6
M5X3030_TNut.png


Yellow = L-Nut for 3030profile
Advice: You should get the model that has one longer side than the other. this will facilitate clearance into tight spot around Y axis rails:
Qty Frame = 26
EU_LNut.jpg
3030_LNut.png
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Hello, in the HT - XY BOM, do not mention the M3x3030 nuts. Now another month to arrive from China
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I am sad to see that this caused delay in your build. I genuinely thought I corrected that omission some time ago.... twice actually...
Once again I am deeply sorry for that mistake. I do have a good qty on hand. Perhaps I could sell you some. Maybe shipping time could be better from Canada to Bresil than from China....

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All Bom files have been corrected. One additional line has been added for M3 T-Nuts for 3030 profiles for the Y axis of STD and HT versions.

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Nice. Thank You.
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clayton wrote:
Tue Sep 29, 2020 12:13 pm
Hello, in the HT - XY BOM, do not mention the M3x3030 nuts. Now another month to arrive from China
If you like to order from Europe I can recommend this one to you
https://www.myaluprofil.de/Nutenstein-m ... B-Typ.html (M3 X 3030profile)

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Re: Frame Assembly - Pre Insert the right t-nuts to the right spot

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Hi,

[EDIT]

OK, I've been poking around and see another had the same problem I did. It looks like I will just need to grind 1 bracket down. Omit one (but there is a corner bracket right underneath, so that's OK) and the others fit. So I think I'm good

Is this correct?

[END EDIT]

I'm really stuck here. My inside L brackets won't fit in 2 places.

First in the place I mentioned in my earlier post: viewtopic.php?f=19&t=433

I managed to work around it putting a bracket underneath.

But I'm having problems with the front right corner of the Y Axis. It seems like you really need to have the inside corner, but it's too tall and interferes with the 3030 T Slot nut. And in checking the CAD drawing, it does show it interfering.

I'm sure there's a work around, but it's not obvious to me. It doesn't seem practical to put underneath, as the Z Axis 3030 would need to come out.

See attached pictures from CAD

Help?

Thanks.

Michael
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Re: Frame Assembly - Pre Insert the right t-nuts to the right spot

Post by Gambix »

Sympa le guide mais sur le plan de montage jpg il manque 2 Tnut 6 30 de chaque côté pour les supports moteur zr.

Cool this guide but you miss 2 T nut on each side for the zr motor mount 🙂

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