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What is Sintered Bushing 1056 on page 29


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Posted · What is Sintered Bushing 1056 on page 29

Hi,

I am assembling the newly arrived UMO+. Now on page 29, the part "sintered bushing (1056)" is needed, but just can't find the bushing. Can any one post the image of the bushing for me? Will really appreciate it!

 

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    Posted · What is Sintered Bushing 1056 on page 29

    So I understand these things:

    There are sliding bearings in similar colors as copper, brass, bronze: These bearings have pored surfaces and store in the pores lubricant, it gives them temporary emergency running properties when the general lubrication is already gone.

    These bearings can e.g. be rotated and pushed at the same time on a rotating shaft without taking damage or even damage to the shaft.

    Please Use the google image search and you'll find thousands of examples.

    https://www.google.com/search?q=sintered+bushings&biw=1345&bih=799&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=YbCWVMSJLcn-UOWpgJgL&sqi=2&ved=0CEQQsAQ#tbm=isch&q=Ultimaker+original+sintered+bushings

    I think "UMO" and "UMO +", both use identical plain bearings.

    Markus

     

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    Posted · What is Sintered Bushing 1056 on page 29

    They are most probably on the axes...

     

    This.

    As I understood, the picture of this in the manual is really unclear. These things are bronze. And look like this:

    bt3025.jpg

     

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