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LM8UU, Igus RJ4JP y-axis bearing holder with FreeCAD files

by omega776 Sep 29, 2016
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Buen diseño pero para Prusa I3 no sirven, los agujeros no coinciden.

Prusa I3 : 20 mm y estos a 23 mm

This design is great and very acurate with my Igus bearings. But after I printed it, I have seen, that the distance between the mounting holes is not the distance I need. I wanted to mount a P3 Steel Y-carriage and this needs 30 milimeters (instead of 23mm here).
Would it be possible to make another holder for me?
I cannot use these low profile holders, I can find here on thingiverse and yours with the phase for holding the Igus is the best.

Hi, first: thanks for this model.
Can you create one object which fits two rj4jp's?

Hello, please give me more details, two on the same central axis or side by side?

Would these fit an original Prusa i3 MK2S? We have servere bearing problems, and are already on our second set of bearings.

LeechNL, I think you want to use these the Mk2S: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2732534

I am printing them now for mine and so far they look promising. Tight fit so it gets rid of the play the plain bearing has. He also uses a long piece for the side with only 1 bearing so you can actually put in 2 and tighten it even more. I'll report back when I finish printing the 2 small pieces and the 1 larger piece and fit them into the Y Axis. Also, I will let you know if/when I find something like this for the X Axis.

Prusa I3 MK2S Y-Axis guide/brace RJ4JP 0108