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Vertical distance between 6mm rods on the UM:O?

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Does anyone know the vertical distance (center to center) between the 6mm x/y rods on the Ultimaker Original? I'm trying to design a new print head, and the PDF files in GitHub don't explicitly have that level of detail. My measurement with the printer assembled is 18mm, but I don't want to print the head, pull everything apart, then find that I was off by 1-2mm.

 

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If you'd migrate your designs from Thingiverse to YouMagine that would be great. I always look for designs and ideas at YouMagine, and feel a little dirty if I have to look on Thingiverse.

You yourself already posted about a tool that can help you migrate when you posted about ShapeDo last June. They put their migration tool in GitHub: https://github.com/shapedo/thingiverse-backup

 

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