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Spool support for wooden spool holder

by richard_j_m, published

Spool support for wooden spool holder by richard_j_m Jun 30, 2013

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One of the first things I made for my 3D printer was a spool holder. This was just made up from some 19x19 wood I had lying about. However it was difficult to change spools so I've printed this support designed for an equilateral triangle wooden spool holder.

Instructions

Simply print out and screw to the wooden frame.

I printed with PLA at 210C with a .35 nozzle and .15 layer height.

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