B624zz holder for Prusa i3 Belt (x and y axes)

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B624zz holder for Prusa i3 Belt (x and y axes) by avalero Mar 5, 2013
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This part allows to use a B624zz bearing instead of the B623zz (chosed by Josef Prusa).

With this part you will get the same external diameter than with the original Prusa i3 part, so everything will be aligned as in the original i3 design


This thing is designed using OOML ( iearobotics.com/oomlwiki ). If you want to print it just download and print the STL.

If you want to modify it install the OOML (instructions on the wiki) and compile using cmake or your favorite build tool

Source code of this and other things can be found in github.com/avalero/3dthings

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What program is used for these files?

It is designed using OOML

Pretty tight! I printed these in PLA and had to bore out the middle a bit. Before printing I recommend folks set their slicer scaling to 105-110%.

mmm, really? mine fitted perfectly :S I will reprint it to be sure! thanks!