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Sherpa Mini

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Description

Sherpa Mini extruder is an extruder Developed by Annex Engineering, you can find more about it here.

Sherpa Mini works best with EVA with the "K" part. Also the mounting from the back might be "controversial" but that was the most optimal solution I could figure out to save X space (having IDEX in mind).

  • used by: 16.10 % (based on 2021-11 survey)
  • EVA spec: 2.4.0
  • authors: pkucmus
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Universal EVA Front

This drive uses the universal face, which means it's compatible with all hotends you can find in the Hotends section.

Bill of materials

PTFE Tube lengths

I have split the lengths into two, the drive side and the hotend side. You need to sum the two lenghts from this and the hotend BOM you'd be using. (preferrably get more PTFE)

Do not cut the PTFE into two pieces

Item Quantity Name Printable
1 1.0 bottom_mgn12_short_duct yes
2 21.0 M3 Hex nut no
3 5.0 DIN 912 M3 12 mm no
4 2.0 DIN 912 M3 35 mm no
5 1.0 TriHorn Duct Default yes
6 1.0 back_corexy yes
7 2.0 tension_slider_9mm_belt_M5 yes
8 1.0 DIN 912 M3 25 mm no
9 2.0 DIN 912 M5 45 mm no
10 2.0 M5 Hex nut Nyloc no
11 1.0 5015 fan no
12 1.0 housing_back no
13 1.0 Sherpa Mini no
14 1.0 top_sherpa_mgn12 yes
15 2.0 DIN 912 M3 35 mm no
16 2.0 DIN 912 M3 30 mm no
17 4.0 DIN 912 M3 12 mm no
18 3.0 DIN 912 M3 10 mm no
19 1.0 M3 Hex nut no
20 2.0 M3 Hex nut Nyloc no
21 1.0 cable_holder yes
22 1.0 unversal_cable_mount yes
23 2.0 DIN 912 M3 10 mm no
24 1.0 PTFE 24.2mm no
25 1.0 universal_face yes
26 2.0 face_belt_grabber yes
27 4.0 DIN 912 M3 8 mm no

STEP files? CAD Link?

If you are looking for the CAD link to tamper with the design or to export the parts in formats other than STL you can find the links bellow.
Be warned though! The link directs to a live - bleeding edge - version of this particular EVA module - there is no promise it will be the same version as what you see above nor does it have to be the version Rat Rig provides.

I understand, please give me the link

CAD