B2X300 Lead screw

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RickRick
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B2X300 Lead screw

Post by RickRick » 18 Sep 2018, 21:08

What's the pitch of the printers lead screw? The bee prude was m5 therefore 0.8mm per revolution. Lead screws usually have a much larger pitch therefore potentially loosing resolution

tgala
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Re: B2X300 Lead screw

Post by tgala » 19 Sep 2018, 12:06

Hi @RickRick!
I believe the pitch is 2.0mm but I don't think it means a loss in printing resolution/quality.
The lead screws in the helloBEEprusa were cut to size from longer screws and that means that some times the lead screws were a little bent, that shouldn't happen with the new machined, wider lead screws. Besides, the new stepper drivers have way more precision and more microsteps and that should produce a significant increase in printing quality :D

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B2X300 Lead screw

Post by Warnerhoalk » 16 Jan 2019, 14:52

Atlas 10100 lead screw question.
Yeah one of the little blue lathes followed me home.
As I look at it the lead screw seems to be a 1/2X20.
Shouldnt it have an acme screw?
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DomingosRodrigues
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Re: B2X300 Lead screw

Post by DomingosRodrigues » 17 Jan 2019, 10:46

Hello Warnerhoalk,

The leadscrews on the B2X300 are trapezoidal with 8mm diameter and a 2mm pitch for reduced backlash on the Z axis. Acme leadscrews are for imperial units, we use metric screws.

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