Voron V2.4 Z Endstop Assembly and Bed Locating guide

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Going over the assembly for the Z endstop assembly, installing it, and locating the bed.

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I seen the solder smoke and instinctively started blowing on my screen!! 😂

Author — bugsysiegals

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So nicely designed! Can't wait to finish my build

Author — Mehecanogeesir

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Can you share a link to the limit switches you use? The BOM doesn't have a specific kind. I am always confused about the voltages and etc...

Author — Ian Jackson

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Sorry I wasn’t clear with my question, I want to move the Z end stop so that it is activated by the gantry, is there a reason why I shouldn’t?

Thanks,
Steve

Author — Stephen Sackett

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Nice integration. If I may comment, it's a bit complex for gear, maybe reaming/drilling the hole or a brass bushing could be considered instead of the pulley.
But overall it's awesome work

Author — michelcote

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Is there a utility to having the Z end stop activated by the extruder nozzle rather than one of the gantry beams?
Thanks,
Steve

Author — Stephen Sackett

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This is very interesting, reminds how CNC calibrate drill pit depth.

But is it really so accurate with microswitch? Im thinking to do Z calibrate to normal CoreXY but with "light gate sensor" and adjust screw, so Im asking do you know is that accurate enough or woud u desing also light port switch to get best readings? 🤔🤷

Author — MrAntza

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hey i building my own voron now. but i dont get one thing.... how u adjust this pin? because i will get a 8mm alu plate. And on that Plate i will fix an 1mm Pertinax Plate... should u Adjust or can u adjust this pin or do i have to set an Z offset manually? thx greets from austria

Author — Thomas Reiter-Krexner

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ingenious this definitely my next project after i finish repairing my c10s my a20m my bcn3d sigma and the mpcnc router that a collection of parts on the slow ship from China, of and i want a new lathe, but i definitely want one, I want one now

Author — tv athome

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I am building a V2.4 350 from a Formbot kit. The build plate has two threaded blind holes along one edge, they are also opposite the surface that has been machined level. Do these holes have a function and if so what is the proper orientation?
Thanks
Steve

Author — Stephen Sackett

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Thats pretty cool! VORON Design thout of everything!

Author — ishan kusuma

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Why are you using 2 different types of Z probe? You already have a proximity sensor near hotend for bed leveling.

Author — Kamil Olszewski

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Hello, I'm a Voron enthusiast from China. May I transfer your video to bilibilibili for reprint? I'll indicate the source and author of reprint. I may also finish cutting your video. I hope I can get your consent

Author — s Shadow

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wouldnt the pin drop if you tilt the printer more than 90 degrees? how about filing a nocth on the perimeter of the pin at the height of the screw to use it to secure it? obviously, the notch would have to be wide to allow the pin to move :)
perhaps can be done with a simple file and just by putting the pin on a drill ... you can remove the screw, mark the position, make the notch 1 mm under and 3 mm over the mark... to allow room, then put back the crew with loctite (not to tight the pin but just to keep it in place, not sure if i'm explaining myself

Author — Gabriel Sanchez

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Everytime you say "zed" I picture the guy from Men In Black

Author — kauedg

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Why am the fuss with the pin and gear!?
Why not just make it hit the switch itself or just use a bare pin

Author — AmeliaBuns

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Hello, I'm a Voron enthusiast from China. May I transfer your video to bilibili for reprint? I'll indicate the source and author of reprint. I may also finish cutting your video. I hope I can get your consent

Author — s Shadow