Greg's X-Carriage [x2 Fan Mounts, GT2 Belts]

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Greg's X-Carriage [x2 Fan Mounts, GT2 Belts] by kurt_ek Dec 12, 2012
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Modified the fan mount nut traps to better fit M3 nuts. Used Blender since I haven't learned OpenSCAD yet.


Printed @0.2mm layer height and 60mm/s perimeter & 20% infill.

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BTW, if you feel openscad have a to steep learning curve, there is always: http://reprap.org/wiki/Freecadhttp://reprap.org/wiki/Freecad

thnx! i've been looking into it for a while, but the beta 0.13 version is still quite buggy. the 0.12 version works great but has a few features missing :( it's one hell of a software tho! quite awesome to work with! :)

haha! yeah, well it's good that way, one tend to learn to save. ;) But, Hey 0.13 doesn't seem to far away! The development seem to keep warp speed as well.Check out their forums if you have not already, it's certainly a good read and excellent to report bug or well... finding ways to work around them.. ;P