from Iris V4 Tenting Middle Layer
Joe Scotto shared on thingiverse:
I was unhappy with the standard tenting middle from both Keebio and available online so I decided to re-model the Keebio middle. After the print completes, use 1/2″ rubber cabinet bumpers to prevent slippage.
There are two different angles included at 15 and 20 degrees.
This will work with both version 3 and 4. It will not work with V1/V2
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Original article: Iris V4 Tenting Middle Layer