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Polycarbonate Xtreme solid V-wheels designed to be a heavy duty alternative to Delrin wheels. Xtreme Solid V Wheel Polycarbonate V-Slot Aluminium.


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The difference between the two is durability. The Solid V-Wheels are made of Delrin plastic and the Extreme V-wheels are made of polycarbonate.


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These solid Xtreme V's are made from very hard polycarbonate (clear) material The OpenBuilds Team have tested their wheels at 25lbs. per wheel with no.


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Did I mention butter? Realizer- One who realizes dreams by making them a reality either by possibility or by completion. In the future I've gotten sintered bronze bushings, which don't need any lubrication at all. If you got some of the early Mini-V-wheels, they had a bad batch of bearings and replaced a lot of them all of mine. Terms need to be defined, the carriage is what translates along the gantry, i. I thought the washer was for the aluminum spacer being a different width so it wouldn't tip. Has anybody else had this problem with the v-slot wheels? With linear ball-bearings PTFE spray may not be a good choice, as the balls of the bearing will probably slip instead of roll. Thanks for the help! OK, Tks for the pics! This is going to be my larger format, high speed printer. Being how V-Wheels are, it could only help. Car needing repairs has stopped progress. Edited 1 time s. Can't count how many times I've reinvented the wheel [or V-Wheel for this matter] only to discover it's already been invented. They are stuffed pretty tight in there. Attachments: open download - TOL. Quote vreihen several of mine are still "crunchy" when I turn them with any kind of tension on the nylock nut Quote stoof Vreihen and whoever else may apply , could you elaborate on "crunchy? As I move the carriage up and down the rails by hand it feels like the wheels are getting caught in a divot, causing the movement to be jumpy and uneven. The eccentric spacers make that quite easy, just time consuming to isolate where it's happening, why, and moving it the right amount. Looking forward to your opinions. I like the setup, but I'm hesitant to stick with them as linear rails because I'm not experiencing very smooth motion. This build being much more rigid and tight and stable, I can't imagine that anything problems I have are going to be noticeable. Not sure if PTFE lube is right in every application, but it is in a lot of them. I've nearly punctured myself on the corners a few times. And you've watched the actual instructions on putting them together?{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} The only things that gave were the V-Slots themselves due to being mm [pre-cut] and only bent on the thinner axis. All that aside it really only matters when the plastic hits the glass. I can't wait to get this finished so I can ditch my current plastic shaping old bucket. Edited 4 time s. Otherwise, if you tighten them too much, which is hardly tight for what I want, they will have much increased friction, too much will stop all movement. Doc, Any new photos of your build? I will certainly take a look at Teflon then. They certainly talk up the smoothness and precision of the grooves. So, now that I realize I assembled my wheels incorrectly, what's the best way to get one of the bearings back out? I still plan on buying some higher quality bearings though. Do you see any machine marks on the V or is it as extruded? When I remove the bearings I take the same screw and give it sideways pressure like a lever. That size bearing is known for "issues" and a lack of durability, especially cheaply made ones. Based on the pics in the link shown of the gantry bearing spread along the X-axis, neither are rigorously designed. Quote stoof could you elaborate on "crunchy? Super buttery smooth otherwise. It seems to get caught at regular intervals of one wheel rotation, so it's not something on the rail. Just got around to actually watching the how to install video. However, with all other applications I've used the PTFE spray with, the lube stayed on longer than silicone lube. This is the clearest writing I've found recently that talks about it. I need to spend a little more time playing with it to find out what it might be. A spring can be overcome, and variably so, by forces; eccentrics only as much as the rigidness of the whole piece. If I ever use linear rails again I'll keep that in mind if I decided to use an extra lubricant. The V-Slot is anodized normally, and I have the black anodized, so that's not visible to me. I would choose the Core-XY over the H-bot because both motors are placing tension on the belts in the direction of the desired motion. I even use it on my bike chain, and noticed a better slide than with the usual chain grease I used. I'll be gutting and rebuilding my current printer into a fine, small printer. So if two situations were implemented on an H-bot-- 1, that the attached belt be attached and aligned on the center of the gantry's weight; 2, that the gantry be of such tolerance as to not rack even when attempting to force it to do so by hand in rotational forces-- would that then remove the point of CoreXY? I plan to fine tune the bearing positions to lessen that. Edited 2 time s. Especially the Polycarbonate wheels. Situation 1: If the attached belt is attached at the center of weight, or near it. Would H-bot then have an advantage in its simplicity? A question to the public: H-bot's drawback is simply a racking of the gantry, correct? I don't think this will fly under operating conditions, so I'm hoping its something defective or not assembled correctly. The carriage is not going to rack as it appears to not come close to the ratio, but the gantry could rack, as the bearings violate the general rule of thumb of My main concern would not be the belt configuration of the H-bot, but of the bearing spacing along the Y-axis of the gantry. Well, that's funny! The more I see of these extrusions the more I just love them. I had a few of those, I just take two fingers and run them across each wheel as I move it along and feel for where it's happening. Easy to set up and once set up properly glides like melted butter with absolutely no give or bending or anything like that. The only problem that CoreXY overcomes is the racking of the gantry? I haven't done much more, just added two parts to the bed movement. I notice that it is sharp on the internal corners along the whole length. It takes a some amount of racking force to get even half a mm of racking, a fair amount to get 1mm. Just call me Billy from now on. Can we say large format printer? Just pull out while keeping it sideways. Also creating or renewing hopes of dreams. I didn't notice any give along the thicker axis. I understand the Core-XY configuration which is inherently anti-racking , what I don't understand are your two proposals for the H-bot to prevent anti-racking. Id love to try some! On my Solidoodle there is some rotation and wobble, but parts seem to fit and form fine. Linear rods aren't even in the same tier, a comparison would lack any real meaning. Might be because of the lower viscosity compared to chain grease. Sacred golden calf it's as good as it gets. When I got my frame built and aligned the gantry glides evenly smooth along the whole length. I know that even the best extrusion houses struggle with this. Gripping the screw is the hardest part. But I still need the extra spacers I ordered for my pulleys and how I have everything spaced. And yes, by rotation I mean racking. Also, the corner connectors are rock solid as well. Thanks for the added info. Shows it right there. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}I got more V-Slot stuffs today and I'm quite giddy and liken to a child on Christmas with just how much more it is in feel than watching things move in how-to's and whatnaught. Reply Quote. Oh, and, thanks Realizer- One who realizes dreams by making them a reality either by possibility or by completion. There's a lip between them so I can't just push them out from one side. I don't have any real scientific basis, but they seem straight to me. Nothing I couldn't fix yet, and only twice. Less dirt sticks to the parts and this lowers the friction wear, but on the other side, the lube layer goes off a little quicker. I really like the eccentric spacers because it's solid movement, not spring.