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      • PRINTTABLE the Affordable, Attractive IKEA Lack Table Hack to Create a 3D Printer
  • PRINTTABLE the Affordable, Attractive IKEA Lack Table Hack to create a 3D Printer

    Hello Wayne,Excellent build, I am eagerly waiting for more info on the update S series.I do have one question though,I see you want to use IGUS polymer bearings.I was looking at this youtube video of Thomas Sanladerer about the tolerance of these bearings and the correct usage.What I understand from it, is these bearings do have to be in a tight fit housing to compress them, in order to give them the intended tolerance. As a replacement of the LMUU bearings, you either would have to buy the IGUS bearings with aluminium casing or design the printer bearing case with a tight squeeze. Could you please give some more information about your experience with your printtable setup? Would there be a way to alter the X and Y design bearing to match the Z axis bearing holder, which gives this sque...

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    Hello Wayne,Excellent build, I am eagerly waiting for more info on the update S series.I do have one question though,I see you want to use IGUS polymer bearings.I was looking at this youtube video of Thomas Sanladerer about the tolerance of these bearings and the correct usage.What I understand from it, is these bearings do have to be in a tight fit housing to compress them, in order to give them the intended tolerance. As a replacement of the LMUU bearings, you either would have to buy the IGUS bearings with aluminium casing or design the printer bearing case with a tight squeeze. Could you please give some more information about your experience with your printtable setup? Would there be a way to alter the X and Y design bearing to match the Z axis bearing holder, which gives this squeeze these bearings would need?Thank you for all your hard work.

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