Hi Guys/Gals. I've designed a chimera hybrid carriage. I took the original design files from the 1.1 carriage and modified them for the chimera. this means there are only three (four if you count the print fan which is now out of line with the nozzles) different parts, the rest are the same as the 1.1. the design files can be downloaded here on a file sharing and printing service site (to Clarify I'm not charging for the STL's they can be downloaded on the product page) http://www.3dorigins.co.uk/staging/. This is my website which is still in late development, I would love to see some designs added to it, so please give it a look. The assembly Bar the chimera, its strikingly alike to the the original. The chimera is bolted on with five bolts, three on the rear of the chimera and two which go through the printed part into the top of the chimera heat sink. the front lm8uu bracket is different to the 1.1 and requires two of the M3x10 bolts to be swapped for M3x10 domed headed bolts, this is required for the fan on the chimera heat sink to fit. The rest of the assembly will be the same as what has been put in the official build manual. The major exception is that the PTFE tube between the hot end and the direct drive extruder will be different. I have unfortunately not noted the length, but you can put a long piece through and cut to fit. How it works The filament leading from the top of the carriage goes through a gently curved tunnel leading into the top of the heat sink. the curve is no more aggressive than the bowden extruder tube, so there is no effect on printing. The direct-drive titan extruder has been angled accordingly to the filament tunnel, this means the filament does not meet a immediate angle when leaving the extruder and is only met with a single gentle curve. The walls of the filament tunnels are intended to be relatively tight with the PTFE tubes to stop the filament within undergoing any unwanted movement. I've also gone through designing with the constraint of having the nozzles be within a tight tolerance of the height of the original, so I can use the original IR sensor and print fan. Also to keep as close to the original print height. I would love to hear your feedback on my little mod, if there are any questions please fire away.