Y Carriage Plate V3 for Prusa i3, Wanhao Duplicator i3 and Monoprice Maker Select
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As of January 27, 2017 this plate was updated. Updates include additional holes for placement of Y bearing that faces Y limit switch (this was necessary to ensure correct zero position on Y axis) and holes for original Maker Select / Wanhao Y belt holder.
Updated plate is now drop-in replacement for Maker Select / Wanhao Duplicator i3 and other clones of similar design. No drilling or other modifications are necessary.
V3 plate can be set up for 140mm Y rod distance minimum and 170mm rod distance maximum, as well as anything in between - 150mm, 160mm etc. This made possible by using slots instead of holes. This way plate can be compatible with various china made printers with non standard Y rod distance. V3 plate bearing options are - SC8UU bearings and LM8UU bearings in 3d printed holders.
STL files for printed holder and GT2 belt clamp supplied here. Belt clamp is standard prisa i3 design with 41mm distance between mounting holes.
Plate made of tempered aluminum alloy 6061-T6 and anodized. We sell it here:
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Y Carriage Plate V3 for Prusa i3, Wanhao Duplicator i3 and Monoprice Maker Select by reprapchampion is licensed under the GNU - GPL license.
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