1. #1
    Does anyone know what lead screws are used on the Super X1?
    Are they M12 x 1.75 for the X and Y axis and M10 x 1.5 for the Z? I have a Metric Super X1 but I think all X1s are metric and only the dials are changed to imperial.

  2. #2
    Got a response from arceurotrade.co.uk

    Metric Machine:

    X & Y 12mm x 2.0mm pitch
    Z 10mm x 1.5mm pitch

    Imperial Machine:

    X & Y 12mm x 20 TPI
    Z 10mm x 16 TPI

    This is handy if you want to know how to tuning your motors. But remember that Imperial Machines use metric screws too!

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    Nice one bruce, ill stick this up as a sticky for others to read :)
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