3M Tape Dispenser Core

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3M Tape Dispenser Core by rikkilambo Oct 10, 2013
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Doesn't it suck to lose the core in your tape dispenser? Instead of flailing your tape around like wet spaghetti, why not 3D-print a core replacement? Inspired by a certain brand name racing wheel, this replacement core has looks that can kill and spins your tape freely like a boss. Fits most 3M Scotch Tape Dispensers.

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Thank you, you just saved me some time and effort designing my own. I only had some minor issues with ABS shrinkage, I think this would have been better suited for PLA

What's the appropriate scale for this? Looks teeny tiny when downloaded.

Thank you for the comment. The model was originally scaled in inches. I have now updated the model and it is now in mm.

Thank you for your speedy reply and your quick fix. I'll try it again.