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double quick release quickfit carriage for prusa it2 belt
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Fuintur's double quick release quickfit carriage for prusa it2 belt. Rotated 90 degrees. Quickfit mounting is compatible with RichRap's original.
Allows to mount the tool vertically (for tools that are so tall or are not centered, and whose mounting proccess wouldn't, otherwise, be compatible with the x smoth rods position).
LM8UU holes were enlarged to actually fit LM8UU (the Lowprofile's ones wouldn't, not in my printer at least). Goes back to zipties solution, but just fot the latch side (I was too lazy to reprint&redesign the one I had already printed). The size of the zipties holes needs some rework. Also, the hardcoded support is a a bit more difficult to remove than it should. Print the latch side as is. Print the tensioner with support (or redesign not to need support).
You will need 4 624 bearings,+ 6 M3 bolts&nuts+ 2 M4 bolts&nuts+4 LM8UU linear bearings.
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