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Chimera / Cyclops Prusa i3 mount PTFE version

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Chimera / Cyclops Prusa i3 mount PTFE version by mlyczba Nov 3, 2017
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Some E3D Cyclops / Chimera clones come with attached PTFE connectors. This design that is based on Chimera / Cyclops Prusa i3 mount (with print fans and proximity sensor supports) deals with this issue. This blog describes a complete tutorial on how to build a Cyclops extruder from this part.

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Thanx. It's based on your great design. :-) I just widen the holes to fit the PTFE connectors.

Why is there so much thickness in the mount to axis part of it? Seems like unnecessary weight and overhang but there could be a reason I can't see. Ty for you work

It has to do with the Z-axis. If there is not enough distance from the X-carriage, the fans will bump into them while reaching the endstop.

Oh ok. I mount my fans in front so I didn't even think of that. Thanks for the response

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