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Bolted Prusa Framed Stabilizer

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Bolted Prusa Framed Stabilizer by Aerotayl Dec 28, 2012
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I wanted to make a set of stabilizers that sat outside by build area and also have them bolted instead of zip tied.

These stabilizer do require the rods to protrude atleast 15 mm from the outer nuts.

One downfall of moving them to the outside that I realized is that brace can interfere with x axis motor and not allow for maximum height. I have removed the brace from that side and still use three braces.

Instructions

Use M3 bolts and nuts to attach. I used locknuts to avoid them from coming loose.

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I was planning on making one of this as well as one down at the feet. Good going. :)

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