3mm glass corner clamps for Wanhao Di3 / Monoprice Maker Select v2.1
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This heated bed corner clamp is meant for 200mm x 213mm x 3mm Borosilicate Glass.
Bought 2 of these glasses off Amazon, have been using 4 to 6 binder clips to hold it down but it brings out 2 problems. The extruder fan tip do knock those clips off once in a while, especially when doing bed leveling, and changing the glass plate is a bit clumbersome.
Mixed bernbout's springy clamps with viper1619's bed corner mount yield this clamps meant for Wanhao Di3 / Monoprice Maker Select v2.1.
Have been using this for a month or so, instead of 4 to 6 clips, I only use 1 clips just to make it a bit more steady, so far it hold out pretty good. Changing glass is a breeze, one clip off, pop out, slide back in and one clip back on.
Hope you fellow v2.1 owner found it useful.
Monoprice Maker Select v2.1
I printed using PLA, it hold pretty good since I don't print high temp filament that often, but if you do crank up the bed temp up often, you may want to print it off PETG or ABS, since this piece do touches the print bed.
- you'll need Qty 2 x heatbed glass clip - A.stl and Qty 2 x heatbed glass clip - B.stl
- or simply get the heatbed glass clip (all 4 corners).stl
- No extra screws needed
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