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UNTESTED SO FAR! xxdanmurphyxx designed a reinforced (left) NEMA 17 motor mount and published it on Thingiverse (as CC-BY). As the motor shaft position is important for CoreXY mechanics and he didn't mention which other mount to use, I took out the raise here. Mirroring has to be done in the...

See my blog post for details: https://burningbecks.wordpress.com/2018/03/24/tronxy-x5s-heatbed-and-movement/ On Tinkercad: https://www.tinkercad.com/things/gUTlx5egCtZ-tronxy-x5s-melzi20v5-bottom-cooler

Adaptor, based on the "tl-ban-2" file supplied with the printer. Allows mounting of the drag chain of the TronXY X5S closer to the heated bed / farther away from the frame, to enlargen the bend radius of the cables. See blog post for details: ...

TronXY X5S Y-Gantry for MGN12 linear rails on 2020 extrusion (customizable)


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Licensing: BSD License
Attribution Link: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2733592
3D Software: OpenSCAD version 2015.03-2
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Burning Becks

Member Since: Dec 4, 2018
Location: Germany
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To re-arm my TronXY X5S, I am currently rethinking the belt paths of the CoreXY mechanism. As I always publish my tinkering on that machine, I had to completely re-engineer the Y-Gantry (instead of just re-mixing an existing part). Plainly spoken: Lee Brumfield did a good, reduced to the essential design with his "TronXY X5S New Y Gantry bracket" (thing:2733592 on Thingiverse), but sadly the licence he chose is out of question for my further purposes. My design should be compatible to his other parts, as I kept the critical structural dimensions. (The rest of the printer is still fitted...



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