It is one of the least, but not last thing left to do. The VAT to Tilt to X axis connection.
This is going to be long. Time me if you want. Start:
Mark 7mm from each side ( you can pick another number as long as it is a sacred one ).
Drill with M4 bit and a vacuum cleaner at this point to avoid getting chips in unwanted places and shortening something.
Assembled an L shape bracket with a bolt like so:
Cut 2 x M4 threaded rod pieces in 125mm lengths:
Assemble the rods and L shape into:
Bend the rods to be perpendicular to the Meccano piece:
Now attach the Meccano piece with some M5 Inbus:
I had to recenter my X- axis to be in the center of the rods.
Finally bolt together, tighten and adjust with top lock nuts.
Phew! That was a fast one. Took me longer to stop and take photos, than to actually assemble.
Deltron and Meccano must have had a marriage some time ago without us knowing.
See the following:
I wonder when was Deltron actually founded?!
As you know I’m using the DELTRON Linear LRS3-1. It is wider than the Bosch frame ( 40mm ) and it is not in the center of the printer. I have mounted it with only two of the 4 bolts. Loosen the two nuts and slide the X axis extrusion straight down. Clamp you slide and mark, and drill your pilot holes. Drill with 4.5mm drill bit and tap with a 5mm thread. I used a 20mm Inbus to bolt it to the extrusion and fasten it to the frame.
Ok, I’ll do this to save another post with corrections:
I replaced the motor that is in the above pictures with another I had on hand:
The reason being, that last night when I hooked up the stepper drivers it was underpowered and stalled after numerous attempts to tune the motors. Also after a brief period of correct tuning I tested some macro in Mach3 and the motor got very hot, very quick. So it was not meant to be.
The new one performed perfectly right off the start.