I figured it out...the Y is 8mm.
When you call out the rods up at the top, you call them out both as the Y axis, thinking this is a mistake. Do you remember which was 6mm and which was 8mm? Thanks!I ordered my new heat bed and I'm going for this!
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Off I go to buy some E6000! (door closes, car starts up)
Oh, and thanks for the reply
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Nice job! How has the E6000 glue held up. I'm curious to try this. As much as I like something all stitched together, it is a lot of work and this is a really clean look.
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