Ultimaker internal axle end

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Ultimaker internal axle end by coyote69 Mar 20, 2013
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This thing goes in place of the original wooden axle end of the ultimaker inside the body.
It can hold the 2x M3 nuts so it's a lot easier to fix the part (no more need to hold the nut with a twizzer or nut holder).

The hole in the center is also a little wider in order to limit friction on the bearing.

Works great in conjunction with thing 54075 for the outside.


Print with 0.8mm wall 20% infill.
Push 2x original ultimaker M3 nuts. It's a little hard as the opening is really tight and you will need something to push them in.

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Lot of competition on these caps LOL!

Let me copy/paste my remark from http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:75572http://www.thingiverse.com/thi... :D

"BTW, you could fully open the rod hole on one side, i.e. make it look like a "C" shape. This way, the parts could be sled in place without the need to remove the rods."