I finally theoretically finished my Taz 6 retrofit antiwobble. there will be a variant of this attached to the openbuilds parts as well at some point. It’s a 3 piece unit, printable without support, and using only 4 M5 heat set inserts. It uses the same size (but unknown length) 3/16" steel dowel pins and igus 2MTRI MYI-03-03 Flanged Bearing, 3/16" IDx 3/16" L bearings that my taz 5 anti wobble uses https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1089626 . You will need 16 bearings and 8 shafts to complete a pair of these units
It’s undergoing printing next. I’m mainly concerned with the overall unit strength. i don’t want to make it any bigger than it is in any dimension, but I may end up reinforcing the mid section by extending a plate between the shaft anchor posts to stiffen it. That will take about 1mm additional clearance on either side.
I think this should fit. I don’t have an actual taz 6 to test it on, but the clearances look right. To use this, you would remove the green squishy pad, and bolt this in its place. If it does hit anywhere, please let me know what it is hitting. I’m particularily concerned that it will hit the extruder motor on full maximum X travel. You probably do lose about 7-10mm of maximum Z travel with this as it exists currently. I can squish that down a little, but only if I make it much wider. This design is a compromise in that regard, but I may issue a compensated set of standard mounts and openbuilds mounts later to drop that conic section down accordingly. Files will be in the nect post, you’ll probably have to flip them to print them correctly.