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Are the lasercut drawings on Thingiverse up to date?

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Hello friends, I'm about to get the laser parts locally cut here but there seem to be an inconsistency with the part packs, which I have not acquired yet.

This is the extrusion head pack (3.0):

http://wiki.ultimaker.com/Extrusion_Head_Pack

This includes a 6mm linear bearing, presumably 6x12x35mm (LM6LUU).

But the lasercut drawing on Thingiverse has 15mm diameter holes in the four extruder parts.

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:8563

Are the bearings actually 6x15? Or are the holes in the shipped extruder actually 12mm in diameter?

edit: just to be clear, these are the bearing and parts I'm talking about:

6147206823_6dd41a926b.jpg

Thanks in advance, and I hope to join all of you as an Ultimaker owner soon!

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