Modified Greg's X-Carriage with double fan mount

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Modified Greg's X-Carriage with double fan mount by llluis Feb 28, 2012
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This is based on Greg's x-carriage with fan mount modified by binaryconstruct.

I've made a few modifications:

  • Removed 1 linear bearing, leaving only 3 as the new It2 Prusa;
  • Added another fan mount on the other side of the x-carriage;
  • Minor adjustments on the model (removed unused holes, etc);
  • Adjusted the clamps for my GT2 2mm belt;


Print and use. :)

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How do you angle the fan down like that? I printed it but can't figure it out.

I used a metal bracket.

Thanks for this derivate. Could you please add more pictures, specially for the belt clamps and for the fan coupling.


Hi, i'm a fan of this design, but I wanted to modify it a little bit and the scad doesn't seem right. It's renders as a huge box for some reason... little help?

Hi EiNSTeiN_,

You need some dependency files from Greg Frost github repository: https://github.com/GregFrost/PrusaMendelhttps://github.com/GregFrost/P...

Download Greg's files, put the carriage in the same folder and it should work just fine.