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Universal X Carriage for single and double extruder Prusa i3 Sunhokey

by stevan Jun 9, 2015
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I changed my carriage to this a week ago. What a great upgrade. My X carriage is rock solid now. Nice fan setup too from his other thing here http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:793689. I'm using a E3D Lite6 on it and it works like a charm. I followed his steps on bearings and such but had a problem with getting the right bolts. In the end I just took all the parts to the hardware store and tried bolts till I got ones that worked. Also the space between the bearings and belt is really tight. I put the bearings on the back plate first but then couldn't get in the horizontal bolts from the back for the hotend holder. Install that first, before you put on the bearings. So what I did was belt first, then the first hotend part, then bearings last.

Dual extruder mount with auto bed leveling and 2 fans for Prusa i3 Sunhokey
by stevan

Hello, Is it for bowden or J head ?

I saw in the comments on the previous version that you can't use the MKS Gen 2z v1.1
But what wasn't clear was the other MKS board to use. Both the 1.1 and 1.3 were mentioned as the one to use so can you use either one?Thanks

Would it be possible to get the scad file for the carriage plate please. I want to be able to fit this http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:704772

E3D Chimera Mount w Sensor mount for i3
by JCPhlux
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Hi, with this can i use a e3d hotend?

can i use the linear bearings that comes orignaly with the 2014 sunhokey prusa?


Yes you can use E3D V5 or V6. You need to upgrade your linear bearings to mount it on this X carriage