Prusa i3 x end idler with belt tightener

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Prusa i3 x end idler with belt tightener by liusega Mar 20, 2014
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modified x end idler with belt tightener
for increase tension of x axis belt

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screws needed? and infill%?

Will this work with SCS8UU?

This print is great thank you. Adding some instruction to the parts that are needed to complete the build would really help some people. I currently only have M3x20 screws and it appears as though you would need a M3x30 or greater for the adjustment screw. Size for the idler bearing seams to be M5X30.

Thank you for sharing, this is EXACTLY what I was looking for :)