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Rostock Feet

by jamesarm97, published

Rostock Feet by jamesarm97 Aug 4, 2012

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Summary

I made these feet for my Rostock printer because I had an LCD interface that put the height of the Arduino / Ramps boards taller than the motor ends. I screwed them into the M4 holes on the bottom of the motor mounts and then added a felt pad to the bottoms.

Instructions

Print six of these (or three if you want). Use M4 screws to screw them into the holes on the bottom of the motor mounts. For extra cushion I added felt pads to cover the screw ends.

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Rostock Feet by jamesarm97 is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.

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Nice! But, you did not show pictures of your Rostock printer. Nice colors....

Sorry. I was trying to get a closeup of the feet. I posted a photo on the I built one section of the Rostock printer page.

Ooops, I forgot to ask. Is it printing and how well? I am also building one.

It is not printing up to par yet. I haven't spent much time on it so far. Waiting to get some more feedback from others and the originator has been on vacation.

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