Nylon 3D Printing Material Spool Hub
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Received, and thank you very much.
Two 'discoveries' to pass on:
- Once the first spools are half used the nylon spins in the shell freely, which means that I can hang the shell stationary (on the corner that sticks out) and the filament comes out of the one section that's open (to the left of the corner).
- The new spool's "lips" are a bit looser than the first shell. I guess it's random manufacturing variation, but the filament feeds out of the new spool more easily than the first one.
- Both spools rotate better horizontally than vertically. I put them on a broom handle, next to the printer and sticking vertically, rotating on a round plastic washer.
Thank you, Sir! As you might imagine, it's extremely busy here as any help you can provide to us all is greatly appreciated. If you don't mind, I'm going to send three spools so you can experiment to the fullest. Therefore, please don't hesitate to try as many solutions as you have time for. Again, thank you for your time and help.
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Slot plastic shell for center rod and wire tie to hold the two sections.
With the pliability of Nylon we are designing a newer spool and a couple new packaging forms for reduced overseas shipping costs.
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