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Rep1 Bracket with Wire Channels

by kcmelty, published

Rep1 Bracket with Wire Channels by kcmelty Dec 10, 2012
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I pinched my fan wires with the extruder bracket screws so I added channels to keep them out of the way.

The holes were also moved to the normal location.

Instructions

  1. Print
  2. Run fan wires through channels
  3. Hold wires in place with Kapton tape.

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I did the same thing on my stock bracket with a hand saw. /thing:34496

Grooved Replicator Extruder Bracket
by cymon

This is a mod to the beefed up bracket with better quality push to connect fittings. If you're going to print a replacement bracket why not include the channels instead of sawing them in?

I didn't print one. Stock. Like, from the factory. Haven't seen the need to print a new one yet.

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