this modification is designed to be used for E3D V6 dual extrusion.
the nozzle offset is 32mm - I think that differs from the available modular x-axis-carriages.
minimum required is 30.5mm offset - while the required offset of the heatbreak in my case is 31.0mm - and then they touch together! you can turn the hotend of course by 90 degrees.
the right fan duct is widen by 5mm because the openbuild wheel needs space. that's why the airbox is extended to the new fan's outer edge. To not hit the x-axis extrusion profile my hotends were shift forward by 5mm. your x-axis carriage could require a modification in case of collision!
If you don't have any problems with spacing you can use the normal part without the expansion - airbox is same as the left one.
And finally there is a small spacer and carriage for the SN04-N that I'd lilke to have as near as possible to the hotends. Sensor height is adjustable without to dissemble the hotends
I actually don't plan to edit these parts. But I don't know if I will need to do later. I have prepared my own version of an dual e3d v6 convertion of my tevo tarantula for future. I'm still running on the dual chimera extruder.
made a bridge to the modular x-axis-carriage by thingirob.
look at http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2265140
Integrated fans hex-nut is a bit higher then the pocket allowed
was 2,25mm and now is 3,25mm
Old version would fit with low profile hex nut (DIN 439 / ISO 4035), current version fits with standard M4 nut.
fixed the right air box due to a mismatch. a small area was 1mm too high
woohoooo ... attention.
the fan would not crash into the acrylic, but now with the upper v-slot wheel of the z-axis.
that depends on the used printer of course. with a stock tarantula e.g. I edited the module of the modular x-carriage to lower the full setup by 4mm down to bed.
have a look at the setting with the tevo acrylic part: the fan would crash into the acrylic, in this case the carriage needs to move further at least 3.5mm to the front - a mod that I would apply on the modular carriage. On a printer with steel rods instead of extrusion profiles it could and / or will be very different to the tevo tarantula e.g. and will fit without modifications
to see at the image below
Because the upper description of the resulting issue on my tevo tarantula I have moved the carriage that holds the 2 E3DV6 hotends forwards by 4mm. Next what would cause a problem is the screw that holds the fan. replace the M4x18 by a M4x18 screw with a low profile head, that gives round about 1.3mm.
Finally the working area of the heated bed in x-axis is reduced to something at 174-177 mm in dual extrusion mode.
What it means to the y-axis to shift the hotend so much I will have to find out
Interested and you already have the modular x carriage by thingirob? follow this link to http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2265140
right fan and the wheel, captured on september 14th