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10/06/2017 This video I will go over how to maintain your Creality CR-10 Creality Cr-10 Printer: https://goo.

gl/cEPA4d 3D Printers for sale & Coupon Codes: ===== SanTube’s Website, Honestly, they both print way better than they should with the belts not tensioned properly, but I’d like to dial them in more.

Has anyone come across an adjustable belt tensioner for the CR-10S Pro?

It runs the Y axis with the stepper facing up, so it is a different belt orientation from all the other CR-10 style printers.

This is my Y-Axis belt tensioner for the Creality CR-10 3D printer.

It replaces the 3D printed idler that holds the Y-axis in place on the machine.

I took inspiration from other belt tensioners on thingiverse , namely idig3d’s “Tronxy X3 x- belt tensioner” (Thing:2020468).

The used here is idig3d’s , not mine.

You will need one M5x25 bolt and a match nut (hex head is recommended for the.

18/05/2017 Hi guys, in this video I show you how to tighten the belt on your 3D printer.

The method I use can be used on almost any model 3D printer.

Here is the link to the white steel reinforced belts Free.

Specifications: Direct Replacement Belts for CR-10S with Crimped Ends Package Includes: 1 x “X” Axis belt 92.

5 cm length (6mm x 2mm pitch) 1 x “Y” Axis belt 102.

5 cm length (6mm x 2mm pitch), The adjustments to tighten the rollers are on the outsides of each rail.

Flip the frame over (print surface down) and adjust.

Do one side at a time until there is light drag on each wheel just like on the CR-10.

Next, you will have 1 of 2 belt idlers on the front of the machine.

To tension the belt , loosen the 4 bolts (2 on each side) and pry.

files and build them with your 3D printer, laser cutter, or CNC.

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