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Monoprice Maker Ultimate Extended Filament Spool Holder

by plaidpineapple Dec 20, 2016
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Printed threads down w supports. Printed perfectly on Monoprice Maker Ultimate. Previous comments correct, inner bore off center, but not enough to cause an issue.

.15
60mm/sec
bed 70C
200C
50% infill
raft w 10mm extension

Which surface did you put on the build plate? The non-threaded end?

Just made mine, worked perfectly! Thank you!

I just made one. not sure why, but my threads came out a little subpar. Here are my print settings, and how I printed this. Running on stock hardware as well. If anyone could give me some pointers, I'd appreciate it. The thread problem was nothing a little Teflon tape couldn't fix, though.

Perfect! Thank you!!! Was very frustrating needing to babysit the spool when I first got my printer. Since the stock spool holder would not fit the spools shipped with the unit, I had to keep unwinding filament manually. This was the 3rd thing I printed with my printer. Poof no more watching the spool.

Works perfect. Threads to the nut just like the original. The support piece that jets out to take some of the stress didn't look super pretty on the underside since I didn't use any support but 100% functional. I used the recommended settings and Cura. Thanks for posting this.

Thank you plaidpineapple for this great model! I made this filament holder and it works like a charm! Check out my review of the Monoprice Maker Ultimate! I have this filament holder on my printer and give you a shoutout and included the link to this thingiverse file in the description!

https://youtu.be/QAKIIBDNoKU

how wide of spools will this hold? Im looking for 85mm sainsmart holder....

What thread size did you use for this?

When I printed, one side was off centered. ( not for sure if that was designed that way or if I did some strange when I printed it). Still seems like it should work

Mine printed just like yours. In the model the outer surface and inner bore do not share a central axis, one side has a thicker wall. I printed mine with threads down, support for the mounting lip, works great even if its not perfectly symmetrical.