Levelable Greg-Wade-Jonas-Misan extruder support for Prusa i3

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Levelable Greg-Wade-Jonas-Misan extruder support for Prusa i3 by avalero May 6, 2013
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Levelable Support for classical extruders. Thanks to the possibility to modify height it could be adapted to any hot-end (independently of its lenght). It has been tested with the Buddasch Nozzle and the J-Head

It works perfectly with:


This thing is designed using OOML ( http://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 http://github.com/avalero/3dthings

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Can you please point me to proper carriage for this ?

Could you add a version for 24mm hole seperation?

Could you please take a pic from the motor side? I just tried mounting one of your linked extruders onto my prusa i3 today but the motor did not go free from the X-carrige. I have what seems to be the same motor for my extruder as you have for your Z axis (maybe it is the same you use for the extruder)

I just added them to the gallery. Hope it works!

nice thanx! You seem to have a lot of clearance. How rigid do you experience the mount as it seems to be sticking out quite a bit.

It's not like the Prusa i2, but I cannot immagine something really stable for a vertical x axis. This one is inspired on the PrintrBot axis. I can say it works fine for my it3 (3 months now)

Also tested with Makergear hotend and Birdstruder extruder (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:13628)http://www.thingiverse.com/thi.... Works great!

Birdstruder for MakerGear Plastruder
by tommyc

Great to hear that

Hi, do you have the Scad File for this part ???



It is not made in OpenSCAD but in C++ OOML

I tried to get OOML to run for over an hour now and I'm starting to get pretty frustrated. Could you please provide the exported scad file?

I am glad you like it

Awesome! I was just thinking to myself last night that I could get an easy 20-30mm out of my bed just by raising the extruder to be almost level with the vertical X bars. :)

I am glad you find it useful