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v1.9

Minor Versionm

Approved Bondtech QC Lite

by Nuno Santiago

Introduction

Bondtech's Product Page

This Guide relates to this Intamsys Funmat HT Upgrade Kit:

https://www.bondtech.se/en/product/bmg-h...


Notice

This is a Hardware installation Guide only. Use the Firmware Update Guide to finish the BMG-HT for Funmat HT setup

Tools

Parts

No parts specified.

  1. Remove both front screws. Remove both front screws.
    • Remove both front screws.

  2. Remove both left hand side screws. Remove both left hand side screws.
    • Remove both left hand side screws.

  3. The hotend cover is now loose. Move it down to release and remove.
    • The hotend cover is now loose.

    • Move it down to release and remove.

  4. Disconnect the power and data cable from the stepper motor.
    • Disconnect the power and data cable from the stepper motor.

  5. Loosen or remove the screw form the front right hand side. Loosen or remove the screw form the front left hand side.
    • Loosen or remove the screw form the front right hand side.

    • Loosen or remove the screw form the front left hand side.

  6. Remove the Bowden Tube from the extruder and put it aside.
    • Remove the Bowden Tube from the extruder and put it aside.

  7. Grab both stepper motor and extruder assembly. Lift them up vertically.
    • Grab both stepper motor and extruder assembly.

    • Lift them up vertically.

    • The vertical movement has to take into account some care regarding the PEEK guide tube.

    • You finished Part I/III, with the full removal of the Intamsys extruder.

  8. Mind there is a hole in the bottom of the extruder. When placing the BMG-HT align the hole with the PEEK guide. Lower the BMG-A vertically
    • Mind there is a hole in the bottom of the extruder.

    • When placing the BMG-HT align the hole with the PEEK guide.

    • Lower the BMG-A vertically

  9. Insert the original screw in the left hand side hole Insert the original screw in the right hand side hole Tighten both screws firmly.
    • Insert the original screw in the left hand side hole

    • Insert the original screw in the right hand side hole

    • Tighten both screws firmly.

  10. Route the BMG cable and connector to face the left hand side of the print head. Plug it in in the proper socket. Verify you are using the right hand side socket.
    • Route the BMG cable and connector to face the left hand side of the print head.

    • Plug it in in the proper socket.

    • Verify you are using the right hand side socket.

  11. Move the cover into place Adjust the fit and tuck it in. Adjust the fit and tuck it in.
    • Move the cover into place

    • Adjust the fit and tuck it in.

  12. Put both front screws in. Put both front screws in.
    • Put both front screws in.

  13. Put both side screws in. Put both side screws in.
    • Put both side screws in.

  14. Insert the Bowden Tube back in the extruder.
    • Insert the Bowden Tube back in the extruder.

    • You finished Part II/III, with the Hardware installation of the BMG-HT feeder.

    • Stepper motor must run below 1A. We recommended to set current to 0.7A.

    • Different Funmat-HT versions come from factory with different stepper driver setups. Be sure your machine is running the extruder stepper motor at 0.7A by checking the driver DIP switches configuration. In case you don’t know how to perform this check, please contact our Customer Support. Thank you.

    • Next, some adjustments to the firmware have to be done. Follow up the "BMG-HT Feeder For Funmat HT - Firmware installation" guide to complete the setup of your new Bondtech Extruder.

Conclusion

You've finished the installation of the BMG-HT in what regards to the Hardware. You still need to do some Firmware adjustments to complete the full setup. Follow up the guide available in our Support Platform to perform this Firmware update.

Nuno Santiago

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