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Diagonaler Versatz

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Hallo zusammen,

ich hatte heute das erste Mal einen diagonalen Versatz in einem meiner Bauteile, wo eigentlich eine glatte Wand vorgesehen war. Der Fehler ist eigentlich schnell analysiert: Irgendwo hat der UM2 eine Schraube locker, sodass die Positionierung des Druckkopfes immer in eine bestimmte Richtung driftet.

Die Schrauben an den erreichbaren Ritzeln habe ich bereits alle nachgezogen, aber ich komme nicht an die Schrauben dran, die die Ritzel an den beiden Motoren halten. Ich müsste die Seitenwände abschrauben. Bevor ich das mache wollte ich mal fragen, ob das überhaupt notwendig ist, oder ob die Motoren über einen D-Shaft verfügen, sodass an diesen Stellen eine Drift eigentlich nicht auftauchen dürfte?

Liebe Grüße

Tim

 

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