Accessible Wade extruder pusher

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Accessible Wade extruder pusher by laszlo Jan 2, 2013
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Accessible Wade extruder pusher by laszlo is licensed under the GNU - GPL license.

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This is the extruder pusher which goes on top of an x-carriage.

It was adjusted for Arcol.hu hotend v4, link:

And goes on top of the x-carriage, thing:39923: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:39923

For the full setup, please refer to this detailed article/howto: http://blog.arcol.hu/?p=1991

This thing is based on thing:17030, thing:6703.
The modifications are really minor, basically size adjustments (holes, nuts, etc). I also added skirt for warpless printing (from ABS), from pla it is not an issue.

The license is the same as the ancestors.

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What is the advantage of it? I mean seriously, any dealbreaker? It wear less? It is quiter? None of it is a real issue. Besides you can print your own gear once you assembled this. Of course its a simple swap-out.

Why no herringbone gear?