Printrbot Metal Simple Filament Guide

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Printrbot Metal Simple Filament Guide by hawx2020 Apr 21, 2014
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Filament guide for printrbot metal simple. If you are using a printrbot simple metal then I recomend you use the GCODE.

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what a waste of filament, can't you just make exact fit for printrbot rods, i printed and it was way too big. fucking trolls

I made a new version that fits much better, from my experience anyway, it also is much less flimsy which is something others were reporting. I'm sorry my design wasted your filament, and i hope the new design will be much better.

I printed at .95 and i was afraid of putting too much pressure on the rectangle, but it seems sturdy enough. It fits and works really well.

The rectangle structure is too flimsy, printed it about 3 times and all prints broke apart once the rectangle section was reached

Printed at .95 as others suggested. Came out extremely flimsy and one of the two broke as I was cleaning out the support. Fits well, though.

Did a scale to 0.95 on all axis as well and it now fits perfectly. I would make them a litte bit less tall, its not really necessary and it gives them more strenght.

FYI, to get a more snug fit I scaled your model 0.95 and it was perfect then.