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RostockBaseDimsFull

by TechnoBill, published

RostockBaseDimsFull by TechnoBill Jul 29, 2012

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Full view of base using Modpod's great pdf file. I have rotated it to show all three arms on one BIG page.

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Thanks Bill. I'll find out.
I am not sure which version this is based on But I have the standard heated bed circuit board and that fits without any issue. It ends up a cm or two back from the front and plenty of room on the sides. Should be able to see it in the various images on my blog: billdrostock3d.blogspot.com.au/
Bill, Does this base plate allow for covering a complete 20*20 heated bed or is it based on Johann's initial plan that allowed for a slightly smaller printing area? Anyway, you are going to save a lot of people a lot of time. Tx!

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I seem to have gotton some minor discrepanices when measuring things out and having to rotate the templates etc. So I made a full size version that I could print on lager A3 sheet that I could just stick down on the board lining up the dotted edge with the edges of the board and marking it all out in one go. The middle of the dotted lines represents the edges of the board. I could line it up with two sides of the board in a corner and it only required two cuts plus trimming the corners. Thanks for the plans Modpod, they really helped.

Bill, Does this base plate allow for covering a complete 20*20 heated bed or is it based on Johann's initial plan that allowed for a slightly smaller printing area? Anyway, you are going to save a lot of people a lot of time. Tx!
I am not sure which version this is based on But I have the standard heated bed circuit board and that fits without any issue. It ends up a cm or two back from the front and plenty of room on the sides. Should be able to see it in the various images on my blog: billdrostock3d.blogspot.com.au/
Thanks Bill. I'll find out.
Thank you. You just saved me a bunch of time.
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