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I got the stl files from http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:194586Though there wasn't info on actually swapping them out. So I am going to do a walk through.
Using the Printrbot simple I was able to print all the parts from the stl files provided.
I cut the zip ties and removed the wooden part so I could mount the motor mount. I also cut the sandpaper and rubber off. I then removed ...
Screw in the motor mount. Make sure the notched/angled part is on the right. It allows you to tighten the set screw on the the actual gear. I ...
You install these to the front and back like I did in the photos. You can do this before or after you mount the motor mount.
You first put the gear on and then add the bearings. Don't tighten the gear until they are all lined up nice and flush. Then put the plate ...
First run it thought the back. Then the gear. Then through the front. You then double I up on itself and pull it so it gets nice and ...
You can tighten the belt with the set screws in the back. It runs much better and doesn't slip.This was all done at the tech shop in SF ...
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