Kossel XL end stop switch holder

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Kossel XL end stop switch holder by rmoro Feb 27, 2016
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I bought parts from Robotdigg for a Kossel XL. I designed this end stop for that printer. The frame is build from 2020 extruded aluminium and has lineair rails. The lineair rail fits a few mm into the end stop holder. the calibration screw of the carriage is level to the switch.


Some of the part I bought for this printer:

Parts needed to mount the switch:

  • 3x printed end stop holder
  • 6x M2.5 x 20 bolt
  • 6x M2 nut
  • 3x M3 x 20
  • 3x M3 T-nut

Use some Loctite on the thread of the bolts.

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Very nice, thank you for your part and all the links to robotdigg :-)

Where did you get all the bearings and metal parts I see on the photo for the timing belt?

BR Ken

Hi Ken,
Also from robotdigg. Check my blog for more detail about the build:

What size build area did you get with the extrusions you bought? I was looking at buying the same thing but I want to have the 300*400mm build volume and there is no information on the site.

A build volume of around 250*300 mm.