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Minimalistic Endstop for 8mm Shafts

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Minimalistic Endstop for 8mm Shafts by rp_one_labs Jan 2, 2013
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Traditional fork style end stop wasn't good enough for me - too large and did not fit in my design. Minimalistic enstop was born to solve the problem, and it worked!

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Consult PDF for assembly view and BOM.

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GNU - GPL
Minimalistic Endstop for 8mm Shafts by rp_one_labs is licensed under the GNU - GPL license.

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Thank you for this, works better than the original for me.

endstop limit switch

Did you have a layer height in mind when you designed this part? The .3mm 220% extrusion width Prusa i3 settings are not working well with the 2mm holes.

Have you thought about a version that uses tie wraps instead of nuts and bolts?

Loved your assembly diagram! Thank you!

I actually milled those parts for couple of our first printers, then drilled holes. Material was 3/8" thick acetal sheet. Printed part inherited dimensions from milled part, it works as it should. If you have plugged holes - then increase them with drill bit, it is DIY design.

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