Plasma-worn belts.

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20 Sep 2022 13:46 #252401 by paulsao
Plasma-worn belts. was created by paulsao
Greetings friends. Could someone help me with the problem I have, 2 weeks ago I bought some 15mm htd3 bands for my plasma because the previous ones were already worn out, now that I make some cuts I see that the dimensions are not correct, does anyone know why they are so damaged? quickly the bands, maybe I'm putting them wrong?. Thanks for your help.

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20 Sep 2022 20:59 - 20 Sep 2022 21:00 #252442 by snowgoer540
Replied by snowgoer540 on topic Plasma-worn belts.
It would help to see some pictures of your setup.  Otherwise we'd just be guessing in the dark. 

Also, I am going to move this to the plasma and laser section to get more visibility as this is not gui specific.
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20 Sep 2022 22:36 #252448 by tommylight
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If the 15mm belts got worn beyond usability in such a short time frame, there is something very wrong mechanically with the machine, OR to powerful motors with very high accelerations, but i doubt it is the latter as that would be easy to hear while the machine is in use.
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I use HTD3 15mm wide on all my machines, on both Y axis, and GT2 10mm wide on X axis. They are in use for over 2 years, daily, in shops that work from 7AM to 5PM every day, during summer even Sundays, i never had a belt fail. Mine are POW-GE or similar, china made but at 12 Euro/meter not cheap.
I had them doing 55 meters/minute for several days, all day, still did not fail.
So, you see why i am so baffled at this.... :(
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21 Sep 2022 21:33 #252534 by paulsao
Replied by paulsao on topic Plasma-worn belts.
These are the belt that I use and the mechanical part, maybe my mistake would be to adjust it too much? As you adjust it, now I'm going to buy again.
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