E3D v5 Compact Extruder for i3 Rework

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E3D v5 Compact Extruder for i3 Rework by Mak-a-face Mar 23, 2015
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Prusa i3 Rework E3D v5 Compact Extruder for 1.75mm and 3mm filaments. Designs based on the Wade Extruder but much smaller.

Remixed of the Jhead Compact Extruder & E3D v6 Compact Extruder.

Check remixed for Instructions.

Other Printed Parts:
Open hardware 40mm Fan Cover
schlem's Skulltruder Gears

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I printed this but the holes for the bearings are only 21mm and my 608zz bearings are 22mm. I don't believe that my extruder could be that far out of calibration. Can anyone verify the hole size?

You might want to check out ZennmasterM youtube channel for some tips on improving your prints.


Yep, my calibration was way off somehow.

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I like this. I will like this even more if I can get my hands on an iges or step file :D

Mind you sharing them? I need to modify the fan mounts so I can reuse my old cooling system which is this thing: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:582256

This has very nice cooling capabilites using the centrifugal fan.

Prusa i3 Rework (Replikeo) radial fan mount + fan duct
by meekaah

Sorry, not at this time.

Ah nevermind. I just reoriented the my setup. Fits as well with your vanilla mounts. I have forgot that Solidworks imports also stl and exports to iges/step. But modifying converted meshes is a pita so I just re-draw it completely in Fusion360 if I need this in the future.

Thanks for this extruder.

Very nice! Slicing to print right now.