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Groovemount for PG35L extruder for Kossel

by SystemsGuy, published

Groovemount for PG35L extruder for Kossel by SystemsGuy Jan 20, 2013

Description

Printable groovemount plate for Johann's PG35L micro-extruder. My wooden groovemount was "in use", and I wanted to be able to try out Johann's design.

Rather than modify his extruder, I simply made a groovemount plate with integrated standoffs.

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Thanks!

Hmmm - it fits on mine - I don't think Johann's updated his design - the only hold on this one that's not lined up is the "insert" hold for the j-head - I centered it on the base. The mounting holes and the "retaining" hold for the j-head are offset and in line.

I'll grad Johann's latest and confirm..

Johann's PG35L extruder has the hotend and the bolt holes offset, so that the three of them are still in line. This hotend holder doesn't work with his current extruder because of this.

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Instructions

Print, insert hot-end, and enjoy! You'll want to print this in ABS, particulararly if you are using a j-head.

This will only work with Johann's PG35L remix, as the extruder is offset in the body.


EDITED : I managed to upload the wrong version! The old verson had the j-head mount properly offset, but the mounting holes where 2mm off. Thanks to New Perfection who noticed this!!

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NewPerfection on Feb 2, 2013 said:

Johann's PG35L extruder has the hotend and the bolt holes offset, so that the three of them are still in line. This hotend holder doesn't work with his current extruder because of this.

SystemsGuy on Feb 2, 2013 said:

Hmmm - it fits on mine - I don't think Johann's updated his design - the only hold on this one that's not lined up is the "insert" hold for the j-head - I centered it on the base. The mounting holes and the "retaining" hold for the j-head are offset and in line.

I'll grad Johann's latest and confirm..

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