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Light Bar for Ender 2, and switch

by psdesign Dec 8, 2017
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Yes but I also made one for the Ender 3. lol at my other builds. It’s one of the most recent.

hey i have an ender 3 do you think this would work on the x gantry for it

Hey! Sorry to be 'the one', but it appears Amazon has done 'something' (recently?) that wiped-out (previous) links to specific Amazon products.

thanks for the heads up, I have updated the info in the description, please let me know if they work now

Hey! Yup, the Amazon links are working correctly now.

This light bar requires that the drive belt idler is installed on the opposite side from what the directions show. Really doesn't cause any issues but it's something to be aware of.

hello JB, fixed the file and uploaded!
thanks for your help!

You're fast! Thanks. Will print today.

Yes drive belt guide should be installed on front of x gantry to leave room on rear. Not sure which way it was intended in instructions but makes no difference.

Ran into an issue tonight in that the belt guide when installed on the front limits the max X movement. I had to take the light bar off and move the guide to the rear of the X gantry.

Maybe a shorter version that leaves room for the guide?

Wow, I never noticed this, I will also verify and if so, I will change the mounting area to fit within the belt guide without shortening the length of the lighted area, thanks for calling this out.

I love it, only question I can think of is, what did you do with the cord? Is it run along with the hotend's cords or is it standalone?

It’s running around with tube to the extruder but then when it reaches the main control box it splits to the switch and goes to the PSU for Power