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E3d v6 Adapter for Flyingbear P902

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UPDATE 22nd May: Some minor fixes to the design, and added two holes to attach the cooling fan to the extruder in a more stable way.

After more than 100 hours of printing time, we share our design of the E3d v6 extruder mount for the Flyingbear P902.
This way the printer has become more precise and reliable, as we have experienced no clogging till now.

You will need to flip the extruder carriage to mount everything, but we think it is worth the effort. Plus, this design won't affect your Z-height (you'll probably gain few mms instead :) )
We designed it using mostly the parts of the stock kit, but still a few more M3 screws and nuts are required.

We designed an adapter for the stock extruder fan as well, because we burnt our 30mm fan and waiting over a month for the replacement. The 40 mm fan works great as well!

Please note that this is a work in progress project, so you may need some minor adjustments mounting it.

3D printing settings

Supports:
Yes

Notes:
We suggest using ABS or PETG for printing, as they are more durable and better withstand high temperatures, but PLA will work as well.

  • 3D model format: STL

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"We are a designer duo whose philosophy is to merge ethics and technology into design. We believe that in a world full of things, the ones making the difference are the ones telling you a story."
Following this mission Brignetti Longoni Design Studio is born in 2014 from the creativity collaboration of two young designers with individual experiences in Milan’s prestige design Studios where they gained knowledge in furniture, product and exhibition design. Joined by the wish to create a design that doesn’t only concern product and furniture but also exhibition, interior, graphic and photography, they realize projects with a strong mood of ethics and aesthetics innovation.
"In our works we try to mix technology innovation with care of tradition to create a reflective design in wich all the ingredients are balancing combine in the respect of yesterday’s tradition and the word of tomorrow."

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