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Precision Adjustment Z-axis Endstop for 20mm Extrusion

by nocut12, published

Precision Adjustment Z-axis Endstop for 20mm Extrusion by nocut12 Mar 2, 2013

Description

When configuring my printer, I realized I would need to be able to adjust the Z-endstop more precisely than I had previously assumed.

On my printer, the endstop is attache to X-axis's gantry. In order to precisely adjust when the endstop triggered, I designed this.

This was made for a certain type of nut (part # 92461A200 on McMaster).

I've attached the Sketchup file, in case you want to make any adjustments.

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I don't have an ORDbot proper, so my limit switch isn't mounted in the same place. I may have been able to adapt that, but it would have involved going to more effort than it took to make this.

That said, It does look really nice.
Maybe you've overlooked this: thingiverse.com/thing:44193
That looks a lot like MakerSlide.. :)

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Instructions

Print out.

Insert the nut.

Mount to your printer.

Insert the bolt.

Adjust your Z-axis to your heart's content!
I don't have an ORDbot proper, so my limit switch isn't mounted in the same place. I may have been able to adapt that, but it would have involved going to more effort than it took to make this.

That said, It does look really nice.
That looks a lot like MakerSlide.. :)
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