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Wall-mountable spool holder

by Socialbit, published

Wall-mountable spool holder by Socialbit Mar 28, 2013
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A spool holder that is mountable to your wall. We took http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:34278 and modified it.

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You don't have issues with humidity?

Not at all (since our original makerbot filament fails to print all the time... :-)) the cheap filemant from china works like a charme

Is this good enough (low friction) to feed onto a printer directly from a spool on the wall? Thanks!

Yes. As you can see in the image we used them also to feed the filament directly into our printer! :-)

some instructions would be nice. Does it require supports?

Yes, it prints best when you place it like in the 3d preview, so you have to remove support on the backplate.

I cant get the scaling right, would you mind posting an stl of this?

I just attached a .obj and a .stl - I printed this 4 times successful using the .obj file.

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