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Azteeg X3 adapter for RAMPS mounting holes

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Azteeg X3 adapter for RAMPS mounting holes by sgraber Jan 2, 2013
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In case you have RAMPS mounting holes on a frame but want to mount an Azteeg X3 board in its place instead. Use this and you're set.

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Print. Mount plastic part using RAMPS holes. Mount Azteeg X3 board. Done.

I made this after seeing the "Sanguinololu adapter for RAMPS mounting holes" by Sound: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:39893.

NOTE: The Azteeg X3 board hole spacing was obtained from http://files.panucatt.com/datasheets/x3_wiring_diagram.pdf

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