ADXL Nozzle PCB Board for Input-shaping



Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
Shake and bake

I love the convenience of the usb. Much easier to use than I thought it would be. Definitely worth it for the improved print quality.

Ryan Dunkley
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If you want to properly measure resonances, you should ideally measure at where it matters the most. The nozzle. I observed a noticeable difference in my resonance graphs after using (as opposed to measuring from my toolhead PCB Adxl) this and its pretty easy to set up. Love it.


Great rigid mounting right where the accelerometer needs to be. Much more convenient than the ribbon cable adxl kits I've used.


This is the version 3.0 board

  • 4 Layer PcB
  • Surface finish: ENIG/gold plated   INFO HERE
  • Mounts where you need to measure vibrations
  • No extra parts needed for installation
  • Stm32 based Shipped/Pre flashed with Ampon a fork of Crampon
  • Plug n Play

Not working for you? See updated firmware.

The hole in the PCB is designed to fasten the device directly onto the heater block with the nozzle “hard mounting”, which eliminates the need for additional hardware and reduces installation complexity. The device can be easily installed and removed from the heater block with the nozzle without the need for additional tools.
When it comes to mounting an accelerometer, hard mounting is generally considered to be a better option compared to using plastic mounting.

Here are some reasons why:
Better accuracy: Hard mounting an accelerometer directly onto the surface of the test object provides a more accurate measurement of the vibration. This is because the accelerometer is in direct contact with the object, and there is no potential for the accelerometer to shift or move during testing, which could introduce errors in the measurement. In contrast, plastic mounting can introduce some flexibility or movement between the accelerometer and the test object, which can lead to inaccuracies in the measurement.

Increased sensitivity: Hard mounting an accelerometer can increase its sensitivity to low-level vibrations. By mounting the accelerometer directly onto the surface of the test object, it can pick up even subtle vibrations that might not be detected using a plastic mounting. This can be particularly important for applications where precise measurement of low-level vibrations is critical.


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