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MendelMax Y Endstop Clamp for Microswitch

by cobra18t, published

MendelMax Y Endstop Clamp for Microswitch by cobra18t Feb 11, 2013

Description

Here is the Y endstop clamp I have been using.

It is for a 0.5"x0.225"x0.25" body microswitch. It could be modified in sketchup for a different size switch.

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I bought them off ebay. I searched "micro switch", "mini switch", and "lever switch". No part number. There are plenty available in the same size package. Here is one with a straight lever arm:

ebay.com/itm/5-x-Micro-Switch-2A-24VDC-1P2T-Free-Shipping-/221083303617?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&;hash=item3379977ec1

And one with a roller arm:

ebay.com/itm/10-x-125VAC-1A-1NO-1NC-3-Pin-Roller-Lever-Arm-Momentary-SPDT-Mini-Micro-Switches-/230913916209?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&;hash=item35c38abd31

I can't seem to find one at the moment with a curve lever arm like mine, but the straight or roller arms should work with a little adjustment.
where did you source the switches? is there a part #? thanks!

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Instructions

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  2. Mount to aluminum extrusion with 2 m5x10 screws and 2 t-slot nuts or thin m5 nuts (3). I also had to glue a small block on my carriage so that the switch arm would hit it.
I bought them off ebay. I searched "micro switch", "mini switch", and "lever switch". No part number. There are plenty available in the same size package. Here is one with a straight lever arm:

ebay.com/itm/5-x-Micro-Switch-2A-24VDC-1P2T-Free-Shipping-/221083303617?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&;hash=item3379977ec1

And one with a roller arm:

ebay.com/itm/10-x-125VAC-1A-1NO-1NC-3-Pin-Roller-Lever-Arm-Momentary-SPDT-Mini-Micro-Switches-/230913916209?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&;hash=item35c38abd31

I can't seem to find one at the moment with a curve lever arm like mine, but the straight or roller arms should work with a little adjustment.
where did you source the switches? is there a part #? thanks!
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