Bibration\noise corexy - Creality Ender 6
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Hi. I tried to tighten my belts myself. I think I overdid it because I got very strong bounce and vibration. What I did: I removed the belts from the pulleys, and began to twist the shafts of both (X and Y) engines. On the X-axis, the shaft turned noticeably harder. You could scroll with two fingers, but still.
In general, I removed the top (a little bit, there is a pulley on the axle) and the bottom cover. The impression is that the rotor is touching the stator. I accidentally moved the rotor outward a little bit (by a centimeter or so). Heard that it "kills" the motors if the rotor is completely pulled out. I hope I didn't kill or injure mine. When I put the motor back together, the shaft spun much easier. I put the belts on the pulleys and tried to tighten my belts fairly evenly.
Only here is the problem - I have it in the maximally extended position, i.e. when the tension should be minimal, at full twist, the belts turned out to be even tighter than before I even started doing all this. I had to take an engraver and just like a cutter to increase the length of the slot for the screws.
All in all. After all these manipulations, my printer is much quieter, but when moving diagonally, when only the X engine is running, noise and bounce is heard, however, it is half quieter, but still louder, for comfortable work in the same room with the printer.
In addition, I noticed that the tension of the rollers on the profiles (those rollers on which the printer rolls) also plays a role, in a fully tightened state, bounce when only the motor rotates Y also appears, in a relaxed - the same way, in "average" - it is almost gone.
I ask for help with that - could this be some kind of problem with the motor X, tension, whatever.
I remember the old rule "works well - don't fix it".