Mechaduino NEMA 23 adapters

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Mechaduino NEMA 23 adapters by TropicalLabs Jul 1, 2016
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Adapters for mounting Mechaduino 0.1 on NEMA 23 stepper motors.

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Are the units centimeters? When I import to my slicer I get a warning that the file is too small to be mm. It assumes inches in that case but 2540% is too big. 1000% seems at least close.

For anyone interested. Just printed using both Prusa Control and Slic3r. Verified that indeed 1000% is the right scaling. The model is in mm.

How is the project coming along? Do you have a target to release the kits?