Reinforced and Raised Y Corner for Prusa i3
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This is a derivation of Josef Prusa YCorner for his Prusa i3. You can raise the smooth rods, giving more space to place your electronics or power supply under the heated bed.
It is reinforced by allowing to use nuts and bolts for tightening the smooth rods.
Finally is parametric, you can choose the height of the rods, as well as their radius.
Updated STL is for M8 threaded rods and M10 smooth rods. The smooth rod is placed at 75mm.
If you want different configuration than the included STL open the ycorner_part.cpp file and change the parameters as you wist.
This thing is designed using OOML. To compile it you will need to install the OOML ( http://iearobotics.com/oomlwiki )
Then compile following the instructions on the wiki. If you have questions refer to the OOML mailing list.
This thing is part of the multiXtruder (http://iearobotics.com/multixtruder) project. For more info (in Spanish) refer to the web page.
All the source code of the multiXtruder project is hosted at https://github.com/avalero/3dthings/tree/master/printer
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