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Universal stand-alone filament spool holder (Totally 3D-printable) v07
Image by Inventive Tools
A completely 3D-printable rotating stand for filament spools, created to be simply produced with no the need to have for fasteners such as screws, nuts, shafts, glue, and so on. Every single component in this spool holder comes proper from your 3D printer’s filament.
The spool holder’s spindle is shaped to match the vast majority of commonly utilized filament spools with shaft holes ranging from 16 mm to 62 mm in diameter. It is also compatible with spool-less filament coils.
The spindle which holds the spool’s weight rotates on its personal roller wheels, which makes it turn effortlessly.
The spool holder included an arm for filament guide tubes of both frequent sizes 1.75 mm and 3. mm. The arm also contains a pocket for inserting a piece of sponge which acts a a filament filter – as a result keeping the filament clean and lubricated.
– Effortless to 3D print
– Needs no glue or fasteners
– All parts can be 3D-printed
– Fits almost any filament spool size
– Has constructed-in filament filter!
– Can also hold spool-significantly less filament coils
Next time you need a new filament spool holder, just 3D-print one particular! 🙂
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Degree Show Preview 8
Image by the justified sinner
A fast look at some of my personal favourite functions by students on the first year of our BA Jewellery Design and style And Technologies. All of the perform was developed in CAD and manufactured by various fast-prototyping processes.
Fiona Hamilton. Silver and gold pendant and earrings.