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Universal filament dust remover

by blackice83, published

Universal filament dust remover by blackice83 Jan 25, 2012
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Summary

This is a filament dust remover in cylindrical form. It can be attached anywhere on the filament. On top of the extruder or before your filament guide, etc.

Instructions

1.) download
2.) print
3.) put a sponge in it
4.) clip your filament in like shown in the pictures
5.) like it :)

If you wish to change the size: Download scad-file and change the variables for "tube_r" and "tube_height".

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Your prints look kinda crappy, try using less flow, or try using a lower heat.

I hope I helped you with this.

I made this thing over 4.5 years ago with my first DIY 3D Printer. Now it looks different ;)

awesome ! thanks :)

one question. when i create the gcode with Slic3r, the pronterface then when i start to print says: T:185 E:0 W:?
what do i have to change ? the calibration cube works with no probloms

Doesn't the sponge leave particles on the filament?

I use simple dishwashing sponges, they don't leave residues on the fillament

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