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    Red face Get rid of all your annoying vibrations.

    Between my printer sitting on some dense foam and doing this modification get's rid of any vibrations completely. Amazing how quiet it is now only pushed them inn far enough so I have those little half circles to pull them out for any reason in the future. Try it, you'll be amazed how quiet your printer is now.Attachment 611

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    WOw, really!?

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    This worked pretty well for me - got rid of about 80%. Thanks!

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    Why buy razor blades ???

    http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:681584

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    Lol anyone tell us if this works!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bolsoncerrado View Post
    Lol anyone tell us if this works!
    I tried it using BobenhamHotspur 3d Printed Anti-Vibe pieces but still have major vibrations. Didn't seem to help at all since most of my noise is coming from the Heat Bed Bearings. Too much space between them and the metal rod.

    But thanks for making the piece BobenhamHotspur. Saved me some money on razorblades.

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    Quote Originally Posted by synthius View Post
    ........But thanks for making the piece BobenhamHotspur. Saved me some money on razorblades.
    My pleasure, sorry it didn't help your problem. Randy (HolgaMods) used razor blades because his base-plate was vibrating, so I thought I'd make a plastic version, because I can now

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    Did you try unscrew them and screw them closer to the frame?

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    Put some heavy grease on the rods should deaden the noise from the bearings...

    Use silicone grease, something like Greasil 4000 or similar, not heat sink compound !

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    This is a true solution to the bed wobble. There are some major issues that need to be addressed to correct the underlying problems and I highlight them in this video.


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