MPCNC compact filament spool holder
by kleingeist, published
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Filament spool holder from leftovers from the MPCNC build easy to print with a 15 x 15 cm printer. The fork can be rotated on a printed thread to adjust for print head position.
- For 25mm IE Version of the MPCNC and 53 mm center holes with a width of 53mm spools
- Updated with a larger fork for spools with 65mm width. Uses the same centerdrum.
In action: https://youtu.be/9NKjN6Xf5pE?t=44s
10 - 40 %
Fork - 10 % Infill 0,8mm wall, triangle pattern, natural PLA "Das Filament" includes two M8 threads.
Drum - 10 % Infill 0,8mm wall, triangle pattern, natural PLA "Das Filament"
Clamp - 30 % Infill 1,2 mm wall, triangle pattern, natural PLA "Das Filament" print with M3 holes flat and a little support in the center.
Drill the 8 mm holes afterwards so it can rotate nicely sitting on the bearings. The clamps have a small triangle on one side to hold the M3 nut, don´t reverse it or otherwise you can´t screw it all the way down.
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