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Hackaday Prize Entry: 3D Printed Linear Actuator Does 2kg — Hackaday

The rabbit hole of features and clever hacks in [chiprobot]’s NEMA17 3D Printed Linear Actuator is pretty deep. Not only can it lift 2kg of mass easily, it is mostly 3D printed, and uses commonplace hardware like a NEMA 17 stepper motor and a RAMPS board for motion control. The main 3D printed leadscrew uses a plug-and-socket…

via Hackaday Prize Entry: 3D Printed Linear Actuator Does 2kg — Hackaday

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