X-carriage for Mendel Prusa v2 with fixation in opposite side and 4 ball bearing mounts

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X-carriage for Mendel Prusa v2 with fixation in opposite side and 4 ball bearing mounts by benbois Apr 2, 2013
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It's the original X-carriage for Mendel Prusa v2 with another fixation in the opposite side plus 4 ball bearing mounts (instead of 3 in the original design).
The 3 ball bearing mounts version is available here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:49753

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Is the ball bearing the LM8UU?

Yes, you can use LM8UU ball bearing OR linear IGUS

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