Dual E3D V6, Independently Height Adjustable Mount for Rostock Max V2 - Locknut Mod
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Modified E3D Dual Mount for the RoStock MAX V2; includes head clearance for all three M3 SHCS to mount/adjust 2nd extruder. Also reworked "Mount 2" to include clearance for M3 nylocks.
I'm thinking I'll do a V3 that incorporates M3 or 6-32 helicoils directly into the part.
V2 parts have now been netfabbed.
Printed in solid ABS.
Assembly is a bit wonky:
Mount 1 above the platform; Extruder 1 below; Extruder 1 mounted in its groove on Mount 1
Mount 1 w/ Extruder 1 located on platform but not attached
Locknuts loaded into Mount 2_V2; Extruder 2 mounted in its groove on Mount 2_V2
Mount 2 w/ Extruder 2 brought up from underside of platform
Lots of wiggling and alignment until top surfaces of Mount 1 and Mount 2 are coplanar and Mounts are located on/in platform
Load screws into Top; thread screws into Mount 2_V2 locknuts; tighten sequentially to maintain reasonable parallelism between Top and Mounts until Top contacts Mounts
Run 6-32 hardware from underside of platform to secure assembly to platform.
Adjust height of Extruder 2 to match Extruder 1
- Do the 6,000 other things you have to do to get your RoStock MAX V2 to run dual extruders...
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