This page is under development
At this page we will describe, how all the machined parts will have to look like.
All of this can be done on Cartesio itself !
All parts are licensed under the Attribution - Non-Commercial - Creative Commons license.
Here you can go back to the main Cartesio page.
Files for measurement can be found at Thingiverse
What we will be using now is :
|1||strut profile 20x40mm||MaukCC|
|2||strut profile 20x20mm||MaukCC|
|2||T2,5 48teeth Pulley||MaukCC|
|3||T2,5 12teeth Pulley||MaukCC|
|5||HTD3 24teeth Pulley||MaukCC|
Let's start by cutting the aluminum strutted profiles to length.
The Bosch/Rexroth profiles are used, because their profiles can accommodate the head of a button head cap M6 screw, and they are cheap.
These profiles are generally shipped in lengths of 3m, and the machine is designed in such a way, that almost all of the material is used.
Cut them like this :
20x40 profile is cut to 1x 256mm 6x 260mm 2x 570mm
20x20 profile is cut to 3x 90mm 3x 200mm 1x 260mm 2x 280mm 1x 296mm 2x 360mm
20x20 profile is cut to 1x 200mm 1x 296mm 2x 340mm 4x 440mm
Next thing to do is drilling holes.
See the appropriate files for the exact places.
And finally tap M6 threads into the top sides of these profiles:
2 sides of all the 20x40x256mm
2 sides of all the 20x40x260mm
1 side of all the 20x20x90mm
2 sides of all the 20x20x200mm
2 sides of the 20x20x260mm
2 sides of all the 20x20x280mm
2 sides of all the 20x20x360mm
2 sides of all the 20x20x440mm
and in the holes for the level feet of the 20x40x570mm profile
Next we will be cutting the spindles to length. These spindles are generally shipped in lengths of 1m, and the machine is designed in such a way, that almost all of the material is used.
Cut them like this :
1m spindle: 1x 186mm 1x 288.5mm 1x 428mm
1m spindle(be precise with this one!!): 3x 186mm 1x 428mm
And then we will lathe and mill the spindles as specs in the files at http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:10996.
All spindles have the same beginning, and the same end.
See corresponding files for measurements at http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:10996
Note that the hole in the pulleys that go on the motors, must correspond to the shaft diameter of "your" motor (i.g. 5, 6.35, 8, 10).
When using a stepper with a shaft diameter of 10mm, the transmission from shaft to pulley will have to be re-worked.