BB Dual with original Z Stop Position Part Fan Shroud
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After the beatifully designed shroud of Gregs printed, I quickly realised my problem. My Z stop is in the original position, and there's just no way it would fit. I took the original, mangled it with pliers, and filled it in with Sugru, but I still had a couple of problems with it. The tolerances on the screws holding it to the x-carriage were just too tight and also, even at the top most position, the shroud was too close to the bed for my liking.
So this is essentially remix to:
- shave a fraction off the back
- shave a millimetre off the bottom
- remove the left hand side cooling option
It's not going to be for everyone, but having gone through the trouble of creating, it's here now just in case, like me, you happen to need it.
I printed this in ABS to give it some heat resistance, hence the yellow (kapton tape) bed. Oh, just noticed I uploaded it in the wrong orientation for printing. Rotate it back to print with the back on the floor, and use supports for key areas if you want to print as per my image.
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