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Reduction / Stand Off Plate Set

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SKU:
2140-Set
UPC:
819368023664
  • Reduction / Stand Off Plate Set
  • Reduction / Stand Off Plate Set
  • Reduction / Stand Off Plate Set
  • Reduction / Stand Off Plate Set
  • Reduction / Stand Off Plate Set
  • Reduction / Stand Off Plate Set
  • Reduction / Stand Off Plate Set
  • Reduction / Stand Off Plate Set
  • Reduction / Stand Off Plate Set
  • Reduction / Stand Off Plate Set
$4,007.49

Description

Streamline the look of your machine by easily relocating your stepper motor in a low-profile configuration. Increase clearance between the motor and the lead screw.  This substantial plate will not let you down.

 

Product Features

  • Control placement of stepper motor
  • Reduce visibility of stepper motor

 

What is Included

 

Product Specifications

  • Size: 125mm x 80mm
  • Thickness: 6mm
  • Material: 6061 – T5 Aluminum
  • Finish: Brushed and Anodized
  • Color: Black
  • Ultimate tensile strength of at least 190 MPa (28,000 psi)

 

Assembly / Support / Documentation:

Easy follow along assembly video – top notch awesome community support – open source files and documentation and examples.

Assembly Support

3D Model Resources:

Free 3D models of the OpenBuilds Component Library.

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1 Review

  • 5
    Reducion/Stand Off Plate Set

    Posted by M. Miller on Aug 18th 2019

    i purchased this as the tail-end phase of replacing the existing z-axis on my MaslowCNC Router, which I used the CBeam Linear Actuator kit. However, at 200mm height the z-axis motor would have sat on top of that, introducing some top-heaviness not to mention some plain odd looks. So I wanted to invert my z-motor. This kit fit the bill - exactly what I needed. However, the 8mm bore clamp collar did not want to tighten securely. The set screw always bottomed out. A heavy set of vise-grips brought the collar together enough to get a tight fit. Just food for thought on that last bit. All in all, I am well pleased!

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