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  • Geit
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    Originally posted by [email protected] View Post
    How far did you get? I have been doing a lot of trial and error prints to get a mount and a holder to fit correctly. I'm really excited about this concept. I have gotten the pair to work together, now just getting everything in the proper locations - height and side to side. I also need to attach belt attachments and an EZABL
    I started to model a matching mount for the Anet in FreeCAD. No printing involved.

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  • Peter
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    Not printed yet, thanks. I will post pics.

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  • woodwaker_dave@yahoo.com
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    Peter, It looks good. Have you printed any yet? I see you have four points that will lock, should work well. Post a picture when you have some out

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  • Peter
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    I guees you have to make an account(free), if you are inclined.

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  • Ender5r
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    I get a login screen.

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  • Peter
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    Click it. It's a cad program that runs on your browser. Nothing to install.

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  • Ender5r
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    i have no idea how I would view that file.

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  • Peter
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    Here's what I came up with.
    https://www.tinkercad.com/things/eWf...-IFiKPqI6b3lHE

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  • woodwaker_dave@yahoo.com
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    How far did you get? I have been doing a lot of trial and error prints to get a mount and a holder to fit correctly. I'm really excited about this concept. I have gotten the pair to work together, now just getting everything in the proper locations - height and side to side. I also need to attach belt attachments and an EZABL

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  • Geit
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    Originally posted by [email protected] View Post
    I thought this might be a good solution. I'm using something like this now for a universal hot end mount. https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3369444/files
    Ah, yeah. I started to adapt his tool change for my ANet A8 printer, but got side tracked. His channel is good. He is very experienced in 3d design and his videos do not hide failures, which I really like. Like blowing up mainboards or not being able to log into Fusion360 to finish a video.

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  • woodwaker_dave@yahoo.com
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    Let us know how it turns out

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  • Peter
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    Ah, thanks!

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  • woodwaker_dave@yahoo.com
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    I thought this might be a good solution. I'm using something like this now for a universal hot end mount. https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3369444/files

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  • Ender5r
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    I have used my own sliding dovetails on several projects, and they've worked really well. I really like that they're generally easy to print without supports.

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  • woodwaker_dave@yahoo.com
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    Have you thought of a sliding dovetail? Here is a link of one you could look at and possibly use as a base design. https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4321840
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