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This is a timelapse video of parts being printed. They are parts for a customer so he can install the MakerSL X-Axis Upgrade on his Folgertech Prusa i3 Variant.
This is a short test video of the MakerSL Y-Axis Upgrade Gen-2. This upgrade utilizes and offset belt in-lieu-of the center drive belt like Gen-1. The purpose of this revision was to allow the Y Rail to be cut the same length as the frame, hence allowing the printer to be enclosed if desired.
This is a short test of the MakerSL X-Axis Upgrade Gen-2. The purpose of the revision was to make the attachment hardware more compact and reduce the overall width the X-Axis Rail and therefore the printer as well.
MakerSL X-Axis Upgrade Gen-2 testing (video 2)
This video illustrates some issues I was having while installing the BLtouch Auto Leveling Sensor. These issues have since been resolved and this sensor has become my strong favorite!!!
This test video shows how truly quiet the MakerSL X-Axis Upgrade really is. As with the Y-Axis Upgrade this was designed around noise reduction.
This is a the first bench test of the MakerSL X-Axis Upgrade Gen-1
This is the one that started it all, my first design upgrade for the Folgertech Prusa i3 Variant. This test video shows how truly quiet the MakerSL Y-Axis Upgrade really is. This was one of the main design elements of this build…noise reduction. Mission accomplished!!
The ugly truth about cheap linear bearings…they are noisy, very noisy!! This is what made me decide to redesign the Y-Axis rail system in my Folgertech Prusa i3 Variant.