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Salut les gens,

Voilà en voulant faire un print à l'instant, ma tête ne va pas au point de départ et j'entendais un krrkrrkrr (super effet sonore n'est ce pas)

J'éteins donc l'imprimante et essaye de bouger les axes.

L'axe Y pas de soucis mais au niveau du X, très compliqué.

J'ai donc enlever les moteurs de la courroie pour voir et effectivement, celui du X à beaucoup plus de peine à tourner que celui du Y.

Est ce que je peux démonter le moteur en lui même pour voir ou est ce que c'est foutue?

Peut on acheter des moteurs de rechange sur le net? J'en ai pas vu sur Makershop!

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MakerShop devrait pouvoir fournir toutes les pièces de rechange des imprimantes elles ne sont pas toute listées sur le site.

Si je ne m'abuse les moteurs sont des NEMA 17 ça se trouve un peu partout.

 

The ones in the UM-Original are 1.8deg per step. And quite strong, there is quite a difference in NEMA17 steppers, so make sure you get strong ones.

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