Anet A8 prusa-i3 x-belt holder (6 holes)

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Anet A8 prusa-i3 x-belt holder (6 holes) by Sjouke Oct 12, 2016
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This thing was made with Tinkercad. Edit it online https://www.tinkercad.com/things/bnMFXIbOICr

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6 mountingholes so there is room to mount the selfleveling sensor on the back of the extrudercarriage (the first version was missing the 2 holes for that)

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When I tried installing this tonight, I could not figure out how this doesn't pinch or block the belt that runs past this part. It looks like the main part of the belt (not the two ends being held by this part) has no where to go. Can anyone post a picture of this part actually installed on the printer? Also, I had thought it needed M4 screws, but I guess it has to be M3 since the holes on the x carriage are small. Is that right?

Works very well and gave me just enough length on the belt to install the belt tensioner, whithout having to buy a new belt.