Scalar - E3D Hot end Support for Scalar family 3D Printers
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This model is a Support for E3D hot end.
It's compatible with Scalar M and Scalar XL 3D printers
This holder is now open an is re-using the original blue (or orange) heatsink fan holder from E3D.
- Compatible groove for E3D hot end
- E3D fan is deported on the right side of the support
- Inductor probe is available on the left side of the support.
- 12/27/2016: Added the blower fan holder long version, used on the back of the carriage of the Scalar printers.
- 10/19/2016: New version, more open to reuse the E3D fan support.
- 10/30/2015: Update a few pictures with blower fans mounts
- 10/30/2015:Add Back holder part to support blower fan holder (5010S type). Also add Front and back fan holders (1 is shorter than the other one)
- 10/05/2015: Add E3D marquing and add RSdoc cad files
- 08/16/2015: Fix the screws position for the X Carriage
Also add a 3rd hole for a better fixation.
We added E3D_v6_To_Spec.stl as information purpose, as we based our model on this part dimensions.
This model was taken here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:433258
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