Prusa i3 E3D v6 HotEnd Mount With Sensor (12mm and 18mm)

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Prusa i3 E3D v6 HotEnd Mount With Sensor (12mm and 18mm) by aaroncm May 26, 2016
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If you print the mount with the sensor make sure you mirror it if you need the sensor on the right side of the hotend.

This is my tiny E3D v6 HotEnd mount for the Prusa i3. I've been using it for a few days now and I'm pretty happy with it. I'm planning on trying to make a fan mount to cool the hotend and the nozzle that goes with these parts too.

The x carriage I'm using is from here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:119616

You need 4x M4 screws that are around 20mm long to mount it to the carriage and 2x M3 screws that are around 25mm long to clamp the hotend.

(12/12/16) I added the 18mm version. Finally. I have no idea if it will work so can someone test it?

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How far apart are your 8mm rods on the axis? I am wondering if this will work with a p802m with 17mm spacing.

What are the offset values to edit in firmware??

Each printer has its own offset value ! So find it for your printer :p

Hi!. Good model!. Is the hole for a 12mm sensor?. or is for the 18mm one?. Thanks!

Would like to try, can you make one with an 18mm hole for the sensor?

Sure thing. I'll do it tonight.