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Endstop Z Support for Prusa i3

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Endstop Z Support for Prusa i3 by clefranc May 1, 2013
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This is a Z axis endstop support for a Prusa i3 kit from Voxel Factory (EiNSTeiN variant). I was tired to adjust the thing with a Ty-Rap. This will fit on a 6mm frame and 8mm rod.

NEW (2-MAY-2013)
Added more parts with Z offset of 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5mm from the stepper base. So choose the one you need/require and use it at your will.

See also my...
...endstop Y support: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:82631
...endstop X support: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:85368

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The endstop support sits firmly on the stepper base and grip both the frame and the smooth rod.

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Fits perfekt on my Prusa i3 Reworked, thank you.

the frame is 6mm and the rod M8? thanks

You're right, and approx. 33mm between frame to rod centers.

So you cannot make adjustments, right? You just print the size you want?

You are right though about the current approach not being right at all.

Thanks for sharing..

Yes, little non adjustable support.

Levelling the bed with a solidely fixed endstop is so much easy.

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