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Printing in Plastic: Build Your Own 3D Printer by James Floyd Kelly, Patrick Hood-Daniel

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C H A P T E R  9

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Advanced Cuts and Drilling IV

Four more pieces to cut and drill—that's all that is left before you can begin the assembly of your 3D printer and start adding in the electronics and other hardware. This chapter will walk you through that last bit of work. Let's get started!

Extruder Bearing Hinge 1 – Part P

The Extruder Bearing Hinge consists of two pieces. Part P is the Extruder Bearing Hinge 1, and its starting dimensions should be 1-13/16” x 3-17/32” (verify these dimensions with the full-sized plans). Figure 9-1 shows Part P marked for drilling. Drill the first counterbore hole to a diameter of 1-1/2” and a depth of 3/8” ...

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