Z Axis End Stop Adapter for Makerfarm Prusa i3

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Z Axis End Stop Adapter for Makerfarm Prusa i3 by midwire Dec 24, 2013
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Z Axis End Stop Adapter for Makerfarm Prusa i3. This provides a sturdier and more accurate z end-stop interface. Print and slide into place, then insert the bolt and adjust accordingly.


I've rotated it so that it will print without supports. Just print, slide into place, insert bolt and adjust accordingly for your z-end-stop

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I just printed one and it came out a bit sloppy, the holes a bit smushed. What settings do you recommend? I'm using Slic3r. Thanks!

You can certainly enlarge the hole by changing the cylinder radii from 1.75 to something larger 1.8 or 1.85 maybe? All printers are different, but you should be able to adjust things for a better fit. Send me a PM and I'll send you my slic3r settings.

Great design! I like not having to add any more hardware! :)