Posted on July 28, 2013Morgan gets a cousin Makelab Charleston has started a Morgan derivative http://angrychisel.github.io/makelab-chs-MCAPP/ Nice work! Share this:RedditPocketTwitterPinterestFacebookEmailLinkedInPrintTelegramWhatsAppSkypeTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related Post navigationPrevious post: Morgan updatedNext post: Morgan arm calibration guide 2 thoughts on “Morgan gets a cousin” KKHausman July 30, 2013 To address the sagging when the extruder is at full extension, you could extend the central rod upwards and then support the first joint in the extruder arm at the bolt, as the triangle formed by the z-axis extension, the extruder assembly’s parallelogram arm (between the first bolted joint and the axis) and the suspension hypotenuse will not change as you rotate the tubes to get your extruder’s delta from the origin. Reply Quentin Harley July 30, 2013 I thought about this before I attempted the firmware correction, and after some experiments I found that most of the sagging can be contributed to the following: 1. The treaded rod onto which the Psi arm connects flex right at the point where it exits the pipe shaft. The only way around this is to redesign the arms so that the Psi arm mounts to the Copper pipe in stead of the rod. This would make the toolhead mounting a bit more tricky since the bearing will have to run at the bottom of the toolhead. Not impossible though. 2. The rest is made up from the arms leaning into the bearings. The 608 bearings have play, but at least it is predictable, allowing us to fix it in the firmware. Compensating in the hardware would not be possible, because the arm turns. The PLA arms hardly flex at all, not noticeable anyway. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. The CAPTCHA cannot be displayed. This may be a configuration or server problem. You may not be able to continue. Please visit our status page for more information or to contact us. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.