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Adjustable Z-stop for Geeetech Prusa I3X (acrylic)

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Adjustable Z-stop for Geeetech Prusa I3X (acrylic) by Eberleg May 1, 2016
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For Geeetech Prusa I3X Acrylic Printer. Uses M4 bolt, Nut and tension spring.

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