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Flashforge Creator Pro (2016) Zebra Plate Shim

by MisterKee, published

Flashforge Creator Pro (2016) Zebra Plate Shim by MisterKee Aug 16, 2016

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Summary

This is a modified Zebra Plate shim of 3DPrinterNinja's original file which makes up for the changes in the new model of the Flashforge Creator Pro in 2016.
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:976727

The new Creator Pro has moved the limit switch to the left which will miss the old Creator Pro shim. A block of material has been added and a contour has been cut out of it to fit the z-axis guideshaft.

To insert the shim, tilt it vertically and slide it in from the left side of the z-axis as shown in one of the photos. Slide the shim on top of the metal lip of the build platform to secure it in place. The Flashforge sign has been removed to fit the shim on.

Print Settings

Printer:

Flashforge Creator Pro

Rafts:

No

Supports:

No

Resolution:

0.18

How I Designed This

This was designed using Tinkercad.

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The sign cannot be attached after placing the shim. So it's not only removed to show the shim better.
Or is there a way to attach the sign again?

Sorry you are correct. The sign has to stay off for this model.

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