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Numien

Tronxy P802MA E3D Titan Mount

by Numien Dec 1, 2018
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Can i just say thank you for creating this, not many designers out there willing to share their tronxy P802 upgrades, let alone giving this much detail to help other users.

Printing now with genuine E3D titan and hot end kit in mind, i hope the steppers keep up ;)

Glad to help, hope it works out for you.

I've had more problems with the cheap flexible acrylic frame not being able to keep up with speed than the steppers, personally, but that's next on my list of upgrades... I've had to design a couple of custom parts for that as well, so I'll make sure to post those too once I've tested them.

The wall between the stepper motor and the extruder is too thick. You need longer bolts...but then the motor shaft and gear will not be in perfect position.

My Titan (which is admittedly a clone... I'm sure a genuine E3D is better, but it's way out of my price range) came with two sets of bolts, one slightly longer than the other. It's sized for the longer ones, which worked perfectly for me. The motor shaft was plenty long enough to adjust the gear to the right position, as per the E3D assembly instructions... but, being a clone, this might not be standard.

It could certainly be made thinner for the short bolts, but I'm not sure it would be strong or rigid enough then.

Edit:
I posted an alternate "thin" version which should be thin enough based on measurements... it's not tested, and I do suspect it will be too weak, at least with common cheap filaments. I'd be happy to be wrong about that, though.