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Filament spooler for Ultimachine/Makergear style spools

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Filament spooler for Ultimachine/Makergear style spools by xnaron Aug 31, 2011
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Here is a spooler I made for someone on #reprap. It works quite well and decided to share it.

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Print it.
Tap the holes with 8mm tap for 8mm bolts. (optional drill them through and use nuts)
use 4x 608 bearings. No spacing washer required.
Use rubber feet on the bottom.

Feed the filament through one of the holes in the front or back. The filament can also be fed out the holes in the A frame sides.(see photos)

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I made one. But the distance between axis it's less than I need , could you upload the same file but with 4 cm between the axis?

Well thats a coincidence! I use the exact same power supply unit for my reprap! (which is nearing completion). i see you use RAMPS as well, does it hold well with all the needed Amps? love this design as well btw;) thats how I got here obvously...

PS why did you add those wires coming from the inside? instead of using the regular yellow black cables?

This thingi works great! Printing a second one now.

Brilliant design !! Kudos on creating an SCAD version.

I love this minimalist design. Great use of the spool as part of solution. Since ABS is hydroscopic, some sort of moisture-proofing would make this perfect.

Nice work.

This looks very similar to this other thing: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:11134http://www.thingiverse.com/thi...

I like the fact that you've done it in OpenScad as it makes for a more easily modifiable design.

Upgraded UP! filament roller
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Yes that is what inspired me to make this. That one won't fit the spools I use. Unfortunately no source on that one so I needed to start from scratch. Enjoy!

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