i3 ziptiedish x-end-*

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i3 ziptiedish x-end-* by xoan May 27, 2013
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i3 ziptiedish x-end-* by xoan is licensed under the BSD License license.

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Reusing y-corners ziptie concept and merge into x-end-* to make the X Axis assembling easier and also save some print material.

Source code: https://github.com/xoan/Prusa3-vanilla/tree/ziptiedish-x-end

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Interesting concept, I love zip ties !
Did you actually build/use them ?

Jun 1, 2015 - Modified Jun 1, 2015
xoan - in reply to Gilles31

Me too :)

This mod is mostly used by people who have a P3Steel (but honestly, I've never used :P)

That's good, I'm actually building a p3steel :) (you seem to have a foldarap, right ?)
I'm actually not happy with the x-end-idle and x-end-motor design I've picked up and I'm trying to find an alternative. Unfortunately I have another requirement : Tr8 (8mm) leadscrew with 4 holes delrin but you published the scad, that's great :)