Hey! This thing is still a Work in Progress. Files, instructions, and other stuff might change!

Fillament Cone

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Fillament Cone by pcpoirier Dec 20, 2012
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Fillament Cone is the pink thing.
This cone keeps the fillament from breaking when entering the extruder. The nubs at the top is to help keep it kinda of flat to the top.


I had to grind the side a little on the side to fit. I will add that to the next revision.

The blue thing is http://www.soliforum.com/topic/765/wiring-bundle-guide/

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Any chance you could provide an stl? I haven't been able to find a converter for your file type, and I would really like to try this out on my solidoodle.


Thx for providing a link for the blue thing.

I like it. It looks much more professional than my solution. Does it reduce the X axis range at all?

Jinja - in reply to Jinja

Oh, I'm commenting on the wrong thing, I'm looking at your blue thing that attaches to the frame and guides your cables. Is that uploaded to thingiverse?