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Gears for pots

Discussion in '3D Printing' started by Deeppl, Sep 12, 2021.

  1. Deeppl

    Deeppl Member

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    Hi. I ordered such pots, I would like to mount them through a 2: 1 mode layout. I need a project of such modes for 6mm shafts. Can anybody help? I don't know much about 3D printing, but having a project, I might be able to commission a friend to do it.

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  3. KingPommes

    KingPommes New Member

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    if it is only an adapter-plate u could think about to laser it online..
  4. MarkusB

    MarkusB Active Member Gold Contributor

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    Not everything needs to be 3D-printed. I am using Module-1 steel gears for connecting a motor with a pot, and that works reliably for years now. Such gears have a 6mm hole for the axis, and they are attached to the axis with tiny screws.
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