HKR Interlocking Poop chute with removable bucket

HKR Interlocking Poop chute with removable bucket

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0.2mm layer, 3 walls, 15% infill
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5 plates
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PLA leg spacers for early "short leg" printers
PLA leg spacers for early "short leg" printers
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1 plate
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TPU legs for early "short leg" printers
TPU legs for early "short leg" printers
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1.2 h
1 plate
5.0(3)

faster print less filament 2 walls 0.2 mm layer 10% infill
faster print less filament 2 walls 0.2 mm layer 10% infill
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5 plates
5.0(106)
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Description

This model is designed to fit X1 and P1 series printers.
HKR poop chute features interlocking leg to secure the chute to the printer body without extra hardware or magnets.

※Fitment Note:
If you got X1, X1C and P1P in Feb 2023 and earlier (most likely built in 2022) , Your printer might have shorter legs than current version.
This can cause a printer to not sit level with the chute installed.

How to tell if you have a early style short leg printer

Print The chute and see if the round part of base can slid under the printer as pictured.
If it goes like picture above, you have current style. no further action is required.
If the chute base doesn't goes in, follow instructions.
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Easy printing - It prints without support.

Removable bucket are easily access from front and available in 4 sizes.




《Solutions for early short leg printers clearance issue 》
2 ways for fix - both methods raise the printer height to same as current version to correct clearance issue.
So print whichever you prefer and install to an early style printer.
(Files are available for download)

  1. Replacement TPU leg - Extended legs replace stock rubber feet. Print with TPU

  2. PLA spacers - PLA or whatever rigid filament material you used to print the chute would work. They fit inside the leg pockets, use with stock Rubber feet

Tip for leg replacement:

Bring a leg to the edge one by one to replace. So you don't have to lay printer on side.

 

 

Checkout more HKR printer accessories: https://makerworld.com/en/u/2567436854

 

・HKR Stackable Build Plate Storage: https://makerworld.com/en/models/120963#profileId-130105

 

・Foldable AMS side mount spool holder - No Bearing: https://makerworld.com/en/models/145321#profileId-158083

 

・Foldable AMS side mount spool holder - with Bearings: https://makerworld.com/en/models/153090#profileId-167255

 

Happy printing!

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Great design, but unfortunately it DOES NOT FIT the P1P. See photo but it protrudes about 3mm below the bottom of the feet and so fitting it makes the P1P wobble. I did look at just removing 3mm off the bottom of the chute stl, but then the bin would be sticking up 3mm as taking 3mm off this would leave it with no floor!. Is there any chance you could modify your files for the P1P? Thanks
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Replying to @Hirokoisoracing :
It's 3mm for the early version of the x1c and p1p...
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Replying to @Hirokoisoracing :
Thanks. I have an early P1P and the distance from bottom edge to table is 3.6mm. I took your file and cut 3mm off the bottom of the chute and bin and added a new floor to the bin and it now fits perfectly. Its a really neat design with the clip to the feet. Thank you. And yes it is sitting next to a Prusa - I like both printers :-)
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hi there! i will build a box around my printer, and i want to know what is the width of the receptacle and the width of the rear chute? thank you very much 😎
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Excellent design, easy to print despite the size and no supports, and finally probably addresses the security of the poop chute and also makes the bin removable and large enough... Perfect solution!!
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Awesome color! Glad to hear that you are happy with it. Thank you for the review.
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can you confirm that the bin will be enough for overnight multi colour prints?
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how many color changes in the print?
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I used an 0.6 nozzle and made a new profile. But i love this model! Thanks! (Sorry for the bad quality on the pics)
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Awesome! Glad TPU legs can help early X1 users.
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What's your setting to print tpu? I have some here but never printed with it before. Thanks
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Replying to @M3HNGRY :
If you are using 0.4 nozzle: https://makerworld.com/models/94952
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Very rough underside on the chute.
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That’s your filament tuning sir… Need to turn your fan up.
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Replying to @Hirokoisoracing :
Yea, I think the filament came wet out of the bag. I always use the default Bambu settings. I will have to look into turning up the part cooling fan. Anyway, the print is still functional and nobody sees that side anyway. I am hoping this poop chute works better than the other two I have tried and got rid of. Until yours, I was just using a small cardboard box in back of the printer. That outperformed both of the other poop chutes I printed. I will add a rating next month. Thanks.
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Replying to @Hirokoisoracing :
Turns out I had no fan. I did not realize that the part cooling fan on my P1S's front housing assembly died. Yes, it definitely needed more cooling as it had NONE.
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It’s great thank u
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Love the color! Thank you for sharing your make.
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I love it!
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Glad you liked it. Thank you for sharing your make!
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Based on everyone's pics I have troubles with my printer and I'm not sure how to fix them, any help would be appreciated
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You might need to check if AUX fan is turned off in filament settings. I usually turn AUX fan off to keep large flat prints from warping off the build table but found that AUX fan helps when you print overhang like this slope.
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Replying to @Hirokoisoracing :
The Aux fan was on at 60% during the whole print
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Just received my X1C today. Did all of the firmware updates and let the machine do all of the calibrations. Sent the file to Bambu Studio, cleaned the bed plate and turned off Aux Cooling and let the printer do its thing. This chute came out pretty good with some minor imperfections on the slope. Going to print the other part next!! Thanks for a great file.
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Print looks great! I found that AUX fan helps on overhang on this print. Try turn 70% max on filament settings. It will be even cleaner print. Buckets don't need AUX fan though.
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Thank you for the suggestion.
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a really good print, doesn't require a lot of filament, its neat and tidy and with a range of bucket sizes making it very versatile, as well as no need for extra magnets or tape to keep it in place it just works 😀
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Appreciate the make and review! Glad you liked it.
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Great design and easy to print.
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Thank you for the review and a picture of the make.
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