Extruder plate for wallace and makergear hot-end or j-head

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Extruder plate for wallace and makergear hot-end or j-head by pomalin Sep 16, 2012
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A plate to put on the X-carriage of the wallace and under the extruder to have possibility to put a makergear hotend with 36mm barrel, or a jhead. Because The X-carriage is too high to put this without that. It also have a 40mm fan mount to keep carriage and extuder cool.


Print, remove the little supports, put under (inside) the extruder (extruder have to be printed with jhead parameter). Put your hotend in it, screw everything, add a 40mm fan, screw it, enjoy.

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thanks so much. I was just wondering how one mounts their extruder to this since the heads of the screws will hit the fan.

as you can see my fan is away from the heads of the screws, it work like that without nothing, but you can put little springs if you want to prevent it to slide (the fan); in fact it's more a never finished design because I wanted to add a ducted fan, but never found time to do it, and you know how it work, a new project is always here to push the old one deeper and deeper.

I printed this out to use with my J-head. I was surprised when I found out that but have since realized that even though the extruder mount is in the center of the part, t

ok, I have uploaded a shorter version.

Is there a SCAD file?

No, I have made it with blender, I'm not good with openscad, not at all, but I wish I was. Perhaps someday I will give a try. Perhaps soon. Perhaps.