I really do think that 'auto bed levelling' is a requirement for mostly hassle free printing. I'm not sure what cheaper printers that come with one. I know the Ender 3 Max does, but its like $400USD+ and not out yet.
Seems a simple enough edit. Remove the threading...Fini?Before I recognized it was my design I asked why he glued them instead of screwed them. He didn't have a tap. But I guess I should have designed it differently now that I think about it. Should screw in from the mobo side, then just have a captured nut on the backside. That way you don't need to tap the mobo tray.
But I did design it 3+ years ago.
Little bit of work since it is 7-8 different models for bunch of different sizes of comb. And honestly it isn't a part I've ever used myself. I've never even test printed them lol.Seems a simple enough edit. Remove the threading...Fini?
Nice, i wonder if the stock heat pad can accommodate the extra added area.Attention!! There are two versions of the Ender 3; a Pro version and Non Pro version. You must order the correct kit to fit your version of the printer, as they are not easily interchangeable!! If you order the wrong kit and need replacement parts later you will incur additional charges for...enderextender.com
Note the comment on requiring a secondary flat surface (glass, mirror, etc.... ) but that's a relatively affordable way to increase the print surface of an ender 3.
Nice, i wonder if the stock heat pad can accommodate the extra added area.