Ultimaker Reel Holder ID 32mm V9

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Ultimaker Reel Holder ID 32mm V9 by gluetolf Oct 31, 2012
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Inspired by the original design, we played around with Tinkercad and learned a lot. We could not fit the fabberworld.com spools on the original design even with the 32mm version of the top part. The V9 design is far from perfect, but it fits our needs. Feel free to alter and print it.


To make it enough solid, just print 80-100% infill. Print each part 1x and stick it together. Could even be glued together, or fixed with a cable tie or some tape if needed.




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Great design, great thing!

Have one question though: when i print the 'top' I have no problem whatsoever, but when I print 'links' and 'rechts' my Ultimaker's building platform goes way to low, so it prints in the sky instead of on the platform..

Do you recognize this? I use Cura to 'prepare for print', I don't do anything with your design before printing. I just print it as it is..

Still, great work!


Hi, maybe it prints in the air because of a coordinate x/y that is out of bounds? What version of cura are you using?

It says - Cura 12.12 -