HyperCube CoreXY + Dual Z + Bowden-Style Drive System Kit - 300mm Cubic Build Volume

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​HyperCube CoreXY + Dual Z + Bowden-Style Drive System Kit - 300mm Cubic Build Volume

Please note - though there is a ton of support in the 3d printing community for the HyperCube and DIY 3d printers in general, we do not suggest the ZYLtech HyperCube as a first printer. We strongly recommend that only experienced 3d printing hobbyists and professionals consider purchasing any of the ZYLtech HyperCube kits. Please also note that we are unable to provide anything more than basic support, and that will primarily be for the purpose of directing you to the plethora of free resources in the DIY 3d printing community, many of which are linked above.
  • ​​​​2 x 8mmx600mm Hardened Steel smooth rod for Z axis
  • 2 x 8mmx400mm Hardened Steel smooth rod for Y axis
  • 2 x 10mmx470mm Carbon Fiber tube for X axis
  • 4 x Igus JSM-1012-10
  • 4 x LM8UU linear bearing for Z axis
  • 2 x T8x8 400mm Lead Screw
  • 2 x LM8LUU linear bearing for Y axis
  • 2 x Brass T8x8 Anti-Backlash Nut (common flange)
  • 2 x 5mm/8mm Aluminium Flexible Shaft Coupler
  • 16 x F623ZZ Flange Bearing
  • 1 x 5M GT2 Belt
  • 2 x 2GT-20 Teeth Timing Pulley
  • 1 x 1m PTFE Tube
  • 1 x Push Fit Connector M6

  • 5x M5x10 pan head screws
  • ​12x M3x25 pan head screws
  • ​45 x M3 x 10mm pan head screws ​
  • 45 x M3 x 20mm pan head screws 
  • 2 x M3 x 6mm pan head screws
  • 35 x M3 Nyloc nuts
  • 35 x M3 Hex nuts 
  • 2 x M3 x 35mm pan head screws

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    Do not buy this if you bought the frame kit.

    Posted by Paul Bruner on Nov 3rd 2018

    I cannot find any of the instructions that combine this and the frame kit. The frame kit is a Hypercube 300 set up this drive system doesn't seem to go with it. In fact, I am confused as it comes with two 600mm linear rods and yet I cannot find even pictures of a hypercube that uses this setup? Wit the size of the Y rods I think the frame is upside down?

    After building a dbot I get what the design is wanting to do, however, where are the printable files for it? A link would be nice.

    This is NOT for beginners, even then, I should of bought the HyperCube Evolution Frame Kit. At Least there are pictures and you don't have to guess at the printed parts.

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