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When printing, the filament is not located in one position and always finishes breaking when storage our printer, so this guide is always located the filament in line with the extruder.

When printing, the filament is not located in one position and always finishes breaking when storage our printer, so this guide is always located the filament in line with the extruder.

PHIL is my fully printable universal filament holder. PHIL knows how to hold filament because PHIL is made of filament.    I've included a few design sketches in the upload. I poked around Thingiverse for design inspiration and considered making a few existing designs customizable using OpenSCAD. In the end I decided to make something unique and 100% printed.    I've tested the spool holder with Makerbot ABS, small PLA, large PLA, and various other generic spools. By spreading out or…

PHIL is my fully printable universal filament holder. PHIL knows how to hold filament because PHIL is made of filament. I've included a few design sketches in the upload. I poked around Thingiverse for design inspiration and considered making a few existing designs customizable using OpenSCAD. In the end I decided to make something unique and 100% printed. I've tested the spool holder with Makerbot ABS, small PLA, large PLA, and various other generic spools. By spreading out or…

This is my remix of a great design I found on Thingiverse. I made minor modifications to accommodate my dial indicator which has a 20mm wide mount tab instead of an 18mm mount. If your mount tab is 18mm wide, use the original design. I was surprised by how much my bed was off after checking it with this tool. This tool is designed for Prusa printers with Z axis bearing rods 45mm apart. It fit perfectly on my printer.

This is my remix of a great design I found on Thingiverse. I made minor modifications to accommodate my dial indicator which has a 20mm wide mount tab instead of an 18mm mount. If your mount tab is 18mm wide, use the original design. I was surprised by how much my bed was off after checking it with this tool. This tool is designed for Prusa printers with Z axis bearing rods 45mm apart. It fit perfectly on my printer.

Naphaniel 3D printed Enclosure for 8" Makerfarm Prusa i3 by Moczys

Naphaniel 3D printed Enclosure for 8" Makerfarm Prusa i3 by Moczys

This cooler spreads the cooling air even around the nozzle to get more consistent parts. It fits the E3D V5.   You will need:    Printed housing   Printed E3D mount (Remix of kuraasu:s part)   3 pcs 30 mm fans (one for the E3D cooling)   12 pcs M3x16 socket screws   2 pcs M4x8 setscrew (or similar)   1 can of your favorite beer (or soda) Print the parts, you might need som tuning to get the correct fit in your printer. Print the PDF and cut out the cones from aluminium can. Glue the…

This cooler spreads the cooling air even around the nozzle to get more consistent parts. It fits the E3D V5. You will need: Printed housing Printed E3D mount (Remix of kuraasu:s part) 3 pcs 30 mm fans (one for the E3D cooling) 12 pcs M3x16 socket screws 2 pcs M4x8 setscrew (or similar) 1 can of your favorite beer (or soda) Print the parts, you might need som tuning to get the correct fit in your printer. Print the PDF and cut out the cones from aluminium can. Glue the…

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