MendelMax Y endstop bracket

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MendelMax Y endstop bracket by mfinn Aug 15, 2012

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y endstop bracket for mendelmax with the Y slide from trinity labs.

Edit: Added scad, changed to M2.5 screws. They fit through the switch, just tight.


USE SUPPORT MATERIAL! -- I forgot to when I added this to a platter of other parts. It printed better than I expected, but that wasn't what it was designed for.

Currently using switch SS-3GL13P.

Attach switch with M2.5x14 bolts / nuts. There are nut traps in the back. The bracket screws into a t-slot nut with M5x10s.

This mount is meant to stop the carriage before collision, not before the head is off the usable build area. If you have firmware like Marlin that can home outside the build area, this is what you should want. If you aren't using firmware that can do that, get better firmware, use a different endstop that is adjustable, or just don't worry about it and let slic3r constrain the print area while the firmware protects the machine.

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FWIW, I had 2-56 screws and nuts on hand and they also fit very well as printed.

I had to remove the 1st line to render it. Please fix the .scad