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Feet and spacers for Rostock 3D Printer

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Feet and spacers for Rostock 3D Printer by RichRap Mar 11, 2013
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I made some feet to space the Rostock printer a little higher so the Electronics and power supply had a bit more room and to aid airflow

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Print out one of each or a mix, however you prefer.

Sketchup file also added if you want to make a custom name.

Each foot required two extra M3 bolts and nuts, you can add foam or isolation pads to the feed to further minimize noise.

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Thanks for posting this. I have tried about 9 times in ABS but i get a shame warp at corners. .

Do you need to have extra Rod lenth for fix it ?

You can or just make the machine a little smaller - My M8 rods were 800mm long

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