Leveling Knob

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Leveling Knob by Sternes Dec 9, 2012
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Leveling knob for the knurled nut of the build platform of Replicator 2


The leveling knob can be put on the knurled nuts of the build platform of the replicator 2. With its indicators it's easier to fine adjust the height of the build platform in small steps.

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Thank you, these worked perfectly on the first print. I removed the thumbscrews from the build plate and using a flat blade screwdriver and small hammer I tapped the thumbscrews into them and put them back on. My left front leveler was too hard to turn. Not anymore. It makes the leveling a lot easier, and I can fine tune the print while it's running with them. Thanks, you just saved me at least $50 in failed prints.