UPDATE Shorter arms, longer holder so that it comes out to the right proportion on the back of the replicator. Old file versions not kept. if you've already downloaded them delete and redownload before printing.
UPDATE2 Additional holder options, even shorter arms and spool ends that won't pop out under the slightest presuure. These changes are untested as of time of publishing because I've made hack fixes that I hope no one else has to. Old Zip file deleted. New zip file is latest and greatest with no extras. Should be all you need.
This is a lot of little modificaitons on a lot of people's designs that I'm putting together in once place so one one else has to make a lot of little modification on a lot of people's designs. Be sure to check out the ancestor list for a full history.
Sing along everybody!
The *holder-x1.stl is connected to the ReplicatorMountx1.stl,
The ReplicatorMount-x1.stl is connected to the SpoolHub-x1.stl,
The SpoolHub-x1.stl is connected to the SpoolArm2-x3.stls,
The SpoolArm2-x3.stls are connected to the SpoolEnds2-x3.stls,
Oh hear the word of the Lord.
Use the BackHolder-x1 if you want to mount your spool in the traditional place. There are many options of SideHolders. Check carefully to decide which ones you want to use. Use /thing:26747 if you mount it on the side.
When you put the ReplicatorMount-x1 into the *Holder-x1 you will want to put it away from where it clips in. It may seem like that's too far over and imbalanced but it's necessary so the arms have room to rotate.
The ReplicatorMount-x1 is tapered so it slips in easily but gets tight at the end. Give it a good shove and it'll hold fast.
You'll have to angle the SpoolEnd2-x3s into the SpoolArm2-x3s. This is so they'll hold themselves in place, but you may still wish to glue them in.