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Mounting Positions of P3 Pro

Afternoon,

I work for Rio Tinto and have purchased a Vivendo Troodon CoreXY and also the Palette 3 Pro to work along side it so we can do all the colors for our various prints.

Having the filaments feed up through the bottom when sitting on a desk does not seem viable for our setup, is it possible to mount a VESA plate to the back so i can support the P3 on a monitor arm?

Is it possible to get a schematic of how the casing is laid out so i can print a mount?

Thanks all

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Hey Dave, we’ll have more information about this in the new future. We’ll be sure to provide a support article that contains information on the mount and stand for P3.

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Well as i cannot vote down yet, i will say it here.

Your response wasn’t really helpful, surely you know what the mounting positions are of your device?

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Hi Dave, we're currently working on creating formal support articles for P3 that will include information on the mount and stand, similar to this article for P2: Palette and Printer Setup

Once it's available, I can provide you with a link in this thread.

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Dave, The Palette 2s and 2sPro both came with a table stand AND a mounting bracket.

The bracket has many different screw placements. I have even used strong zip-ties to position my palettes in their most optimal positions.

You SHOULD be good.

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Thank you mate, that was the type of answer i was looking for.

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so it looks like this was about a year ago; any updates on this? Wondering if and how I should wall mount my P3P…

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Hey Jon, P3P has mounting holes on the back casing, and you can flip the screen in the settings if that works best for your setup.

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Awesome, thank you Jonny! Still haven’t had time to get mine setup, but this will help with planning where it will go. Appreciate it!

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Oh, also, any reason I should be cautious about hanging it “upside down”? I have two filament racks high on the wall, so flipping it and putting it under the filament racks is my best bet for being able to get to it easily…

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Hey Jon, no, there shouldn't be any issues with hanging it upside down! We have a lot of users who share their upside down setups on our FB page: mm3d.co/fb

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