Parts to use a e3d-v6 3.00mm Bowden (24V) with the RF-1000 Renkforce Printer
Additionally you will need 1 M3x25 + nut to hold the e3d in place.
Step 1) Print (Rotate e3d.stl & e3d_ag2.stl by 180Degrees :) ) all parts with 70% Infill prefrably in ABS. No support needed.
Step 2) Installing the e3d into the e3d.stl: Push the e3d through the middle hole until it's nearly at the top, then press it to the left where it will snap into it's final position. Fix it in place with the M3x25 and nut. (It's a thight fit so maybe you will have to grind a little)
Step 3) Disassemble the fillament drive and place e3d into place. On both sides put 2 pieces of paper in between the load cells and the printed part so that you will have a litte clearance. After screwing in the top screws remove the paper. See picture 6
Step 4) Reasemble the rf-1000 with the spacer in between motor plate and the fillament drive. See picture 7
Step 5) Fan assembly. Optional but recommended
Print the e3d_ag2.stl (rotate by 180 before print :) ) Now place the original 25mm fan, secure by using the the original screw.
The complete assembly goes in between the e3d fan and the e3d clip. See picture 9
Important: You have limited space please carefully check your clearances in all positions.
Carefully reajust the z-endstop (a shorter screw might be needed).
Take care that the heating block is complety in paaralell otherwise you will be able to reach the x-endstop.
When using my fan assembly maneuverability in the x-Direction will be reduced to roughly 232mm.