Prusa 2 z-height regulator

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Prusa 2 z-height regulator by obijuan Jul 31, 2012
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Fine tune the initial z-height of your Prusa 2 easily by means of a screwdriver.

This design is inspired in the printrbot V2 z-endstop

More information (in Spanish):


  • Print the height regulator
  • Insert the embeded M3 nut
  • Put a M3 x 25mm screw
  • Glue the part (or use acetone) to the x-end-motor of your Prusa 2
  • Adjust easily the home z height

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Dang, I need this! Before this I manually adjusted the z axis at the start of each print because I could never calibrate it right :-P

8-) with this I will avoid losing 10 min on Z calibration.

+10 Speed