Pillow Block X-ends for 3/8

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Pillow Block X-ends for 3/8 by AlephObjects May 9, 2012
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Here are the new AO pillow block x-ends for 3/8" ACME thread we are using on the AO-100 MendelMax variant.

These x-ends use the same 8mm pillow block bushings from Igus but has been updated for 3/8" ACME lead screw. The clamps also have holes for mounting a mechanical end-stop.

Source files can be found at download.lulzbot.com/AO-100/hardware/printed_parts/source/

-Parts and files: GPLv3
-Images: CC BY SA


Needed printed parts:
-x1 AO-x-end-idle_ACME.stl
-x1 AO-x-end-motor_ACME.stl
-x2 AO-x-end-clamp_ACME.stl

Needed hardware:
-x8 M3 16mm SHCS
-x8 M3 20mm SHCS
-x5 M3 10mm SHCS
-x16 M3 Nyloc nut
-x21 M3 Washer
-x1 M5 30mm SHCS
-x1 M5 Washer
-x1 M5 Nyloc nut
-x2 608 Bearing

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Pillow Block X-ends for 3/8 by AlephObjects is licensed under the GNU - GPL license.

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Where can I find LM8UU bearing holders\clamps with screw holes that line up with these?

hi.. if I wanted to use 8mm acme instead, is it possible?