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S6 / S9 Gantry parts

James from the official Sculpfun user group at Facebook created two parts of the gantry system of the Sculpfun lasers: (Download as LightBurn file)

S10 gantry parts

Hans-Hermann designed two parts of the S10 laser gantry, for example, if you want to build an extension frame yourself.

Download LightBurn file and DXF files.

Another design by Hans-Hermann for the stepper mount at the gantry to hold the x-axis stepper:

Download (LightBurn and DXF)

Adapter for S10 module on linear upgrade kit

The S10 module fits only with the supplied adapter to the upgrade kit with the linear axis for the S9 frame. So that you do not lose so much space through the adapters, I have created a template here to laser yourself the bracket. Best made from a piece of acrylic so that the stability is sufficient. Download link (LightBurn file).

Adapter for S9 or S30 Ultra modules to S10 linear rail

This adapter is the opposite of the one before. It makes the bigger modules fit on the smaller linear rail of the S10. Download here (LightBurn file). You might need to make it slightly wider to have a snug fit.

Laser frame feet

Alexia from the official Sculpfun group created a file to replace the feet of the laser frame in case you need to (e.g., you removed the mainboard box from the frame): Download SVG file (for 4 mm material).

Camera Alignment

This is a LightBurn-specific feature that enables an image overlay of the real-world workspace on top of the software workspace. Using this, you can align your motif effortless. There is a step-by-step tutorial available in the LB documentation

Rotary – Y-Axis switch / selector

This is just a convenience modification, I wanted to avoid messing with the stepper cables each time I might need to change the Y-axis stepper (nearly exclusively the case if you want to attach a rotary to your laser). I build this switch to easily change between both motors and don’t need to reconnect anything. It’s simply a matter of pushing the switch and the other motor is active. I could not use the z-axis port since I plan to integrate a motorized z-axis to the laser head. I used this switch: Amazon-Link

Now the rotary is ready hanging at the side, I can just put it into the workspace and switch the button.