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Laser tube alignment brackets for the Buildlog.net 2.x laser cutter. This version can be printed on a 3D printer with a 4" bed.
If you are making a Buildlog.net 2.x laser cutter, you can use these two brackets to hold the laser tube in alignment. They have been modified from the original to fit on a 4" printer bed. The source is a combination of DXF and OpenSCAD.
You can adjust the printer size slightly using the parameters PW (printable width) and PB (printer bed). Both are sizes in millimeters. I made separate left and right brackets so the feet can stick out on opposite sides. It does not matter which bracket you use for which side.
2.x laser cutter: http://www.buildlog.net/blog/2011/02/buildlog-net-2-x-laser/
The original version of this part: http://www.buildlog.net/cnc_laser/erp/get_doc.php?docNumber=C17010
Attribution: The DXF file included was created by Bart Dring. The original is available from Buildlog.net.
Laser Tube Alignment Brackets by kbob is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Share Alike license.
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