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1Kg spool holder for little printers (can be printed on 100mmx150mm print area)

by xTremePower Nov 19, 2017
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Does Rod_2.stl need support to print? what is the best way to print this?

hello,
absolutly not, you just have to print them on vertical position, I designed all parts to never use supports
in the worst case you can use support into the round end of the Support_Upper_Part , but if your printer is well setup, no support needed at all

Ok thanks what is the lock_pin_x2.stl for?

What length is recommended for the bolt to attach to the printer? EDIT for answer: I stopped at the hardware store and picked up a 5x25mm tapered bolt that seems to fit.

Keep an eye on the first couple prints to make sure it's feeding, but so far so good!

Too big to print on the magician still..

I also printed on my magician. I used a brim only for the vertical supports, and used a skirt for the rest of the pieces.

thanks capnemo for the confirmation :p

It's not too big, it fit in the magician, you probably use too much brim or skirt, but I already printed them 3times

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I will try via my MC and will let you know later. Thank you for good designed and practical to use with MC.