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Bunny Science
(@bunny-science)
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BNBSX Torn Down

I just completed tearing down and upgrading an older BNBSX to the newer B08 geometry. Entire tear down can be done without disconnecting any cables from the EINSY. The cable wrap and zip ties must be undone but otherwise the cables were left connected. Universal x-carriage was left on the x-axis throughout. Here is what the old parts looked like when torn down. Motor plate isn't in the picture, but you can see the rest of the extruder.

This BNBSX is my polycarbonate printing machine and has over 100 hours on its Polymax PC hot fins with the nozzle at 290C. I did not find any discoloration or melting of the hot fins.

 

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Posted : 04/09/2019 10:39 am
bucek.david
(@bucek-david)
Yes!

This is thing which i love on this extruder! Easy to maintain ....

Posted by: @bunny-science

I just completed tearing down and upgrading an older BNBSX to the newer B08 geometry. Entire tear down can be done without disconnecting any cables from the EINSY. The cable wrap and zip ties must be undone but otherwise the cables were left connected. Universal x-carriage was left on the x-axis throughout. Here is what the old parts looked like when torn down. Motor plate isn't in the picture, but you can see the rest of the extruder.

This BNBSX is my polycarbonate printing machine and has over 100 hours on its Polymax PC hot fins with the nozzle at 290C. I did not find any discoloration or melting of the hot fins.

 

click for full size image

 

 

Posted : 21/10/2021 8:56 pm
bucek.david
(@bucek-david)
Noise

@Bunny Science

Only one thing which i still can figure out is that noise ... it isnt from bearings ... they are quite, but there something vibrate 🙁 

Posted : 21/10/2021 9:37 pm
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