Prusa i3 x carriage for E3D V6 bowden setup with auto leveling and led mount

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Prusa i3 x carriage for E3D V6 bowden setup with auto leveling and led mount by pansono Aug 28, 2015


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I wanted a compact X-Carriage to repace my former direct drive carriage with several parts. The LED mount fits for 19mm modules and the x distance for the autoleveling sensor is 28mm (zero in y direction).

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which firmware are you running? Skynet? Also, which linear bearings does this use? Thanks.

This carriage has been designed for normal LM8UU bearings. Meanwhile I changed to bronze bearings an will upload another carriage design in the few days. The printer is running on marlin firmware.

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do you print it on its sides? with out without supports?

Yes on its sides with support.

If you send me a link for a suitable laser, i could add a third mounting point between and above the E3D an the sensor without having to make it much wider. A much wider part would limit my printing area.

make it little wider for a laser and your in business for all in one printer/laser cutter loll