Printable Parts for the MK3 are released

#1
#2

Looks like they cleaned things up nicely. Shame those Bondtech gears are so expensive.

#3

50€ for 2 gears is not expensive.

A company i worked for had to pay 130€ for a single screw which was delivered on a palette in a 1,8m height Box full of packaging material.
(shipping is not included @ 130€ :wink: )

#4

It’s expensive in that it’s a full quarter of what my printer has so far cost!

#5

lovely, thx for sharing

#6

Awesome, now if only someone would backport the part-cooling fan nozzle to the Mk2, as I’ve yet to see a convincing equivalent nozzle on Thingiverse (i.e. a nozzle that cools from the sides as well as the front). I’d be all over that :wink:

Backporting the 40mm noctua hotend heatsink fan support would be amazing as well! Someone’s made something similar, but it has issues with hitting the endstops (which I guess just isn’t a problem for the Mk3…)

#7

Give me like a day or two :stuck_out_tongue: Prolly going to bastardize my already modified parts in fusion. It isnt that siple bc the mountingpoints for the fan shifted by quite a bit and the cover became ticker and has a completely new screw layout for mounting to the body

#8


still have to test them tho.

#9

the mk52 12v and 24v, the filament sensor and the power outage board are also released

#10

That’s pretty cool!

That said, I was hoping for a version of the Mk3 fan nozzle that fits onto an unmodified Mk2 extruder cover, because I’ve already had to modify my extruder cover, both for the Dolly tweaks (which I think you have extruder cover models for) but also for a BL Touch mount, which no one’s done in SCAD yet. I’d have to manually merge a couple of STLs to get an extruder cover that works for the current fan model, sadly, and I already had to merge STLs for my extruder cover which was a pain in the neck and not something I’m too enthusiastic about doing again :frowning:

I need to find someone who knows SCAD well enough to do stuff like this for me, but who will accept relatively small amounts of money in return (like, £10-20 or so per thing) :stuck_out_tongue: I just don’t have the time to learn SCAD right now… :frowning:

#11

well, you /need/ the cover bc the nozzle needs to be mounted on an axis with the heatblock and nozzle.