Prusa i3 y carriage

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Prusa i3 y carriage by misan Jun 15, 2013
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What is the thickness of the carriage? I'm thnking of cutting one in metal, but need to know what thickness of steel or aluminum to purchase.

Hi, i have in mind to mod the Hephestos carriage bed, to have only 3 screws instead of 4, but i cannot find the proper cad file, the only difference that i can see it's the slot in the center of the plate, here there are only the two holes.
There are any major difference between the two?
I think i can keep the two up corners, delete one of the front and move the other in the center, so i can have three leveling screw.
I've found this http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41YpZdttKhL.jpg but i don't know if it's usable on the Hephestos, in case i can create the cad file and laser cut it.

I am not sure about the measurements but I would bet they are the same. I did not create this one but just extruded the existing DXF from Josef's github, so I do not have the CAD file to share with you. As you say, you can turn the part into a sort of triangle to reduce part's weight.

thankyou very much

You're welcome.