Geeetech Prusa I3ProB Tools Holder
by Hrithik, published
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Do you have a Geeetech Prusa I3 Pro B printer? You have not reprinted the body and the structure of your printer looks like the one you have assembled the first day?
Then you can print this Tools Holder. It uses the front of the body and leaves you some tools right always in front of you.
It has :
- two big boxes
- three small boxes
- a place for glue tube or something round
- a place for a clamp or someting rectangular (10mm large max)
- holes for the screwdrivers bits given with the Geeetech screwdriver (small bits)
- holes for the standard screwdriver bits (larger bits)
- optional covers
I made it in two parts (left and right) for two reasons. First you can test only one part. If you don't need more, why print it ? And if you don't like it you have saved time and money ;) Second, in one bloc, it's too large for the bed of my printer (who said it is the first reason ? :)
Leave a comment if you like it.
Bonjour chez vous.
2mm or 1.5mm
Nothing complicated. Just print it. On my printer it is better to print it upside down. So you can avoid supports. No need for a high infill. 10% is enough in my opinion.
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