Prusa i3 z-height regulator

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Prusa i3 z-height regulator by obijuan Apr 8, 2013
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Fine tune the initial z-height of your Prusa i3 easily by means of a screwdriver.

The endstop clamp is needed:


More information (in spanish):


1) Embedded the nut into the height regulator
2) Glue the height regulator to the bottom of the x-end-motor (as shown in the pictures)
3) Place a M3x25mm screw
4) Attach the endstop to the clamp
5) Attach the clamp to the z-axis smooth bar

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nice idea, but rather than gluing, I think it would work better if you added a small hoop, so it could just bolt onto the bottom motor bolt?

Your are right. That's a great idea! Thanks! :-)

This thing ( http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:11341http://www.thingiverse.com/thi... ) may give you some inspiration.

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