If you want to move the filament and the runout sensor to the right side of the K1 printer, you can install the sensor on this base.
More K1 and K1 Max stuff:
You need 4pc M3x10 srew and 2pc M3 nut.
ATTENTION! Do not use a longer screws, otherwise it will stick inside the printer!
Print the base and put the nuts in bottom of base. (Only put a screw in the hole and rotate - it will pull the nut in hole)
Fix the sensor with the original factory screws
Fix the PTFE tube holder with 2pc M3x10 srew (bottom nuts)
Unscrew the two screws on the top right that secure the side of the printer. Place the base there and fix it with 2 pcs M3x10 screws. The holes from each other distance is 15x15mm
CABLE: If you remove the bottom of the printer, you can easily find the sensor wire. This is longer only it is fixed with quick binder. You can pull up just as much as you need.
The original hole is good! You don't have to take out the wire, just pull it outside.
Creality K1 roof riser with openable windows
When printing with PLA, not good the closed chamber. So I always took the roof off and opened the door on K1 printer. The printer was left open for days and dust got inside, and the removed printer cover was always in the way. So I planned a riser with openable windows on three sides of printer.
This way, you don't have to remove the roof only when replacing the filament.
Of course, due to high-temperature printing, I simply close the windows.
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