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Symmetrical Prusa Z coupler

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Symmetrical Prusa Z coupler by triffid_hunter Apr 9, 2012
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Rounded the profile a bunch compared to ancestor, also moved screws closer together, made nut traps the right size, various other minor changes

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print with 90% or more fill density

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I presume that CC is your default license choice, and that's how it got onto this item?

Please would you set it to GPL? (given that it's a derivative of a GPLed work)

I'd think that thingiverse should have pointed that out to you when you declared the derivation, rather than routinely and automatically encouraging people to violate the GPL as they seem to be doing -- I presume they'd also allow/encourage me to violate CC licenses by applying the GPL by default on my derivatives if I wasn't concentrating quite hard.

does it need to be printed in PLA?

I do mine in PLA but I don't think it's necessary with this particular object, should work just as well in ABS if you can stop it warping!

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