FILAMENT UPGRADE FOR DREMEL 3D PRINTER (HACK)
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I own a Dremel IdeaBuilder 3d printer. I am frustrated with its incapability of not being able to accept a full size 1kg roll straight out of the box. I understand Dremel has its reasons, quality being the main one that i have found. WELL. I dont care so much for the quality in that regard. I am ok with purchasing PLA Filament from a company that makes PLA filament. So, i have ended the frustration by just simply creating a solution. And yes, i printed the solution straight from the dremel 3d printer. Please enjoy! Watch my video online for some instructions. Its on youtube.com and the channel name is TRYtoHELPyou. Let me know how well this works for you!.
Additional information: This upgrade works with hatchbox brand 1KG rolls of 1.75 pla filament.
DREMEL IDEABUILDER 3D20
35% HEXAGONAL FILL GUYS!
Its ready to go once its printed. The two parts should work together without any sanding or anything like that. Please leave a comment if you have more to add to this thing!
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