LPA FanDucts for Tevo Tarantula - v4.0
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v4.0 of the Tevo Fanduct.
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Filename nomenclature :
LPAFanduct [Sensor model] [Hotend model] [Nozzle model]
Spacer usage :
Some Tarantula's owners have a different design for the X-carriage-acrylic than the others. These people may need to use a spacer (on Z or Y axis) to use the fanduct. The spacer may be mandatory also for DualHead model.
For further information :
2016-09-16 : Added modded version for Dual E3Dv6 by Marco Lo Verde.
2016-09-01 : Added : E3Dv6 with Volcano Nozzle and 8mm sensor.
2016-08-31 : Modified : All BLTouch models to ease the cabling and keep the adjustement screw reachable.
2016-06-21 : Added : Dual Tevo head with no sensor / E3Dv6 (stock nozzle) with 8mm sensor
2016-06-20 : Added models for standard E3Dv6 (stock nozzle). I never tested them so I cannot garantee the result.
2016-06-19 : Minor correction on BLTouch/Tevo/Tevo model. 1.5mm added on sensor-support height. Version is now 4.0.1 for this model
2016-06-09 : Added a model for Tevo hotend and nozzle and BLTouch sensor. But it has never been tested : if anyone dares, I'd be glad to have his feedback ^^
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