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Printrbot compact X carriage Jhead Mk-V & gregfrost 3mm

by ghunt, published

Printrbot compact X carriage Jhead Mk-V & gregfrost 3mm by ghunt Sep 16, 2012

Description

LM8UU caarriage for the printrbot with a Jhead 3mm nozzle MK-V and a gregfrost extruder.

Jhead use a 16mm hole and gregfrost extruder have two 4mm hole with 50mm in between.

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Thanks for the answer, I've printed another one, with this one assembled hehe. I really love it, it makes the printrbot much more stable. now I just need to find a fan mount, I've been looking and can't seem to find a decent one :/ any tips on that? Thanks once again

Thanks for the answer, I've printed another one, with this one assembled hehe. I really love it, it makes the printrbot much more stable. now I just need to find a fan mount, I've been looking and can't seem to find a decent one :/ any tips on that? Thanks once again

Hi! The standard 3mm! Enjoy ;)

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Instructions

10/10/12 Update: V2 special T2.5
changelog :
+ teeth hole added and relocated the hole specially to be adapted to a 8teeth pulley T2.5.
+ Fix the Jhead attach
Intruction for v2: print and remove the support wall between the two sets of tooth

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duraes on Oct 16, 2013 said:

Hi, this is for 1.75 or for 3mm filament?
Thx

ghunt on Oct 16, 2013 said:

Hi! The standard 3mm! Enjoy ;)

kb3gzo on Sep 14, 2013 said:

I have printed this part for the Printrbot I'm currently making. All I can say is thanks.This design drastically cut down the amount of plastic and parts needed for the X carriage. It works great with my J-Head hotend and Wade's accessible extruder. No complaints so far.

ghunt on Sep 16, 2013 said:

With pleasure ;)

rechena on Jul 3, 2013 said:

Hi, I've printed this part and noticed that when putting the screws for holding the J-Head there is not much space so the screws are pushed outsite instead of going straigh... is this normal? Thanks

rechena on Nov 5, 2013 said:

Thanks for the answer, I've printed another one, with this one assembled hehe. I really love it, it makes the printrbot much more stable. now I just need to find a fan mount, I've been looking and can't seem to find a decent one :/ any tips on that? Thanks once again

ghunt on Sep 16, 2013 said:

I guess your print was not clean enough, especially the J-head hole, which need to be extremely well cleaned. Then the holes Jhead will fit to the carriage and the screws should go straight instead of being deviated by the superior part of the JHead.

openhardwarecoza on Sep 24, 2012 said:

Awesome!  Been having issues with J Head mounting on mine.  Busy printing now.  PS:  That fan mount in the photo, can you perhaps point me to it?

ghunt on Oct 2, 2012 said:

Thanks, if you may wait next week I'll put the fan extension online. I'm far of my computer this week.

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