Z Axis Mount

Z-Axis Mount

I reccomend you replace the Z-Axis mount even if you do not intend to use a linear rail.

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Customized Tronxy X5S Frame

The frame of the printer is the most important part, and if you get this part of build wrong everything else will go out of whack very quickly. I do not recommend printing certain part for strength and stability reasons.

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Customized Tronxy X5S

I keep on getting asked to keep members of Groups on Facebook to keep the upto date with the Customisation of My second X5S. So I have created a special section on our forum to create a build log,

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Tap Drill Chart

There are six categories of standard taps. We have broken down the drill size recommendations into those six categories which appear below

 

Metric Size

Letter Size

Metric taps

milimeter Thread

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The Shop Is Back

After working on the shop site over the weekend.The team are happy to announce the site is back up and running...

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G Codes and M Codes for 3D printing

          You can customize the beginning and ending code that your slicer adds to the gcode files it produces to automate certain tasks or produce a more desired behavior. Below are suggestions for these codes.

For a list of gcode commands and their usage continue to the bottom of the post.

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Dan Gould
How about printers that have dual extruder heads? Are there codes for those? Thanks Dan
Friday, 09 February 2018 13:49
Dan Gould
I think it would need to recognise T# as a Tool selection. More investigation needed by me I think. I'd like to modify my Tronxy X... Read More
Friday, 09 February 2018 13:53
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How to calculate power requirements of 3D Printer & safeguard Controller

          Most new users to 3D Printing buy a kit due to the low cost in owning one, however
most do not have any engineering background. This in it's self is not an issue as we
want to encourage new users to this fascinating hobby,
but can cause problems when users decide to modify or upgrade, repair their printer.
The power supply that come's with you printer has some marking on it regarding to the power "WATTS", however most will not show the most important factor the
number of "AMPS" the Power Supply will actually deliver......

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