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Delta Rostock Kossel Effector e3d V6 with 8mm probe

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A single 40mm fan is required to cool the heat sink and is screwed into the the 4 located holes on the rear.

The cooling nozzles use a self tapping screw or other method of which you may choose that passes through them down into the effector.

The nozzles use 5015 blowers that will sit over the top without the need for hardware.

The clamp that ensures the hotend will stay in the effector uses two M3 bolts, the holes that they thread into are 2.5mm, this is so you can tap them or if you wish use self-tapping screws.

Within the bottom of the effector is a relief, this is so you can enable your cables to transit out from the heater block.

The distances on the arms for your delta settings is 42mm.

The offset from the centre of the effector to the rods is 37mm.

Probe offset is 25mm.

As this is a prototype please ensure you are aware this is an alpha product and may not entirely work till all of the issues have been found and resolved. Until then please do alert me to any potential issues or modifications you may desire.

  • 3D file format: STL



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