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    22nd February 2018, 19:21
    i would agree with you, but for low budget and something that should come off easily, i think they will do, hence the opinion the last link should do the trick. The 3 armed types are ok, we use them...
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    22nd February 2018, 16:58
    Check out the last link, i think this will do what you need... potentially something like the smaller one will assist, but may need to grind down the ends a bit to get the 'fingers' to sit under...
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    22nd February 2018, 16:41
    Have access to a lighter? its not a blow torch, assuming you are over 18, you can buy these for under a pound. Otherwise a gas hob could be used. But be carefull! Once heated you can prise it...
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    19th February 2018, 16:13
    So now i have signed up for Portsmouth and Cheltenham, i need to make some progress. - Brief update as i cant really type for a long time! I have been grinding the Hardox and welding, machining...
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    19th February 2018, 13:37
    i see not the eclip. You could use a lighter to heat up the pully to break the glue - it will break down with heat. then, with some needle nose pliers, place the pliers under the pulley and around...
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    16th February 2018, 23:17
    i just tried to make a video to post on getting this off, but just get a small flat head screw driver and place it in the gap of the 'e-clip' and twist it. that will remove it, then just pry up the...
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    15th February 2018, 16:09
    ah, just seen posting same time :) yeah screwdriver in the gap and twist will ping it off. same motor and gear as mine
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    15th February 2018, 13:02
    Post a picture of the motor as this may help in saying how to remove it - cant quite picture the tabs
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    15th February 2018, 11:22
    Get the bed level thats the first important thing. When levelling, adjust the sprung nut/screw so that you cannot pull the paper out from between bed and nozzle, then slowly tighten a bit and try...
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    14th February 2018, 13:29
    Roboteernat replied to a thread Botbitz TZ85 in Wanted
    snap, me too!
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    14th February 2018, 12:56
    looking at the picture of the print on the bed, it looks like your nozzle is set to far away from the bed, causing it to fail and drag the printed plastic to move around and be dragged by the nozzle....
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    14th February 2018, 11:54
    Roboteernat replied to a thread Botbitz TZ85 in Wanted
    Im tempted to get the AE version just to open it up... as i could use it as brushless controller if else?
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    13th February 2018, 16:23
    Roboteernat replied to a thread Botbitz TZ85 in Wanted
    So Hobbyking are all out of these as well. I get the feeling they have been supersceeded by the AE- models 80 amp version: https://hobbyking.com/en_us/turnigy-ae-80a-brushless-esc.html 65...
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Nat
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Mechanical, motion control and robotics engineer, Aardman Animations
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