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Any bearing without a pair always has slack. Carriages are no exception in the design of this printer. They cannot work well without a pair. I recently redid the Y axis, and today the changes have touched the X axis. Now the printing is much more stable, there are no waves on the models. I designed the stabilizer in such a way that installing it does not require disassembling the printer. Tired of disassembling it :)
(Pair Support for shaft and LM8UU-Cap - print in mirror)
For the modification you will need only one linear bearing and a shaft, well, a few screws, just print the rest :) Additionally, as an option, I made a slide for the plain bearing, but installed the usual LM8UU.
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