It's not compatible with the makibox, so it needed some modification. Its been turn down to a perfect 15mm diameter.
To hold the E3D hot end in place a custom aluminium drive block is machined. This is fitted with LM4UU linear bearings these are pressure fitted and create a "solid" perfectly 90° but first i needed to modify the firmware to accept the hotend. Thanks to
Do follow the http://e3d-online.com/Documentation when assembling the hotend for best result.
First of all, some pictures of the build but please do read the conclusion
As you can see it moves it moves quite nicely BUT the next plastic part fails (part connected to the rod with tha antibacklash). This part allows for a littlebit of skew witch causes the now ridget hotend mount to jam.... for now i feel like giving up