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DantRush

Ender 3 / CR-10 Tool Holder

by DantRush Apr 30, 2018
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Doesn't look like this works for the latest CR-10. I just got one few days ago and the top part near the edge after the hex nut there is a notch that does not let the holder to be pressed in all the way.

Also i printed it on a CR-10 with default 0.4mm nozzle at 200 degrees and bed at 60 degrees and i got so much hairing that i cant use it. I am new to 3d Printing so i could have done something wrong.

This is where I put my support and the orientation I printed at, I found the scrapper slot to be a fraction of a mm too short, I have added 1mm to the slot length and it works better for me, All in all it works great , one concern would be printing tall wide objects and the possibility of the bowden tube/ wiring catching on the allen keys.

Excellent print! I did flip the holder upside down to remove the need for a bunch of support. All tools fit (although a bit of a tight squeeze). Nice work!

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Is there anywhere for the nozzle brush to go?

Great design, usable, I choose infill 20% ; layer height 0,2 ; material PLA.
Only one problem is with TALL models bowden tube hits the Allen's keys - for me is not a problem :)
Thank You ! I like it !

Lol my scraper doesn't fit, it's 37 mm wide.

Works great Thank you. 20% infill . layer height 0.2 . printing temperature .180°C

I let Cura automatically make the supports, and they were quite hard to remove. I ended up drilling out the allen key holes. But it turned out great. 20% infill worked fine.

What is the best support overhang angle setting for this design?

This fit perfectly on my Ender 3 Pro. It sits cleanly in the back corner, with a low profile. I especially like the quick and easy access to the pliers and blade.

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maybe my settings were inappropriate, I had a little overhand/bended material at the scrapper slot, but it just heated up the scrapper with a lighter and now it is perfectly. the screwholder came out a little sloppy, I cleaned it up and it fits perfectly.

Many thanks for supporting me to keep my "work"place tidied up :)!

A pleasure mate, thanks for the feedback!

the part which goes around the screw was a bit too tight for me and broke off, but it holds anyways
overall a nice thing to have ;)

I'm happy to see that even broken it works! Cheers mate

Best tool holder so far hands down for the Ender 3!
It is up and out of the way, and best of all, no nuts and bolts needed!!!
I can grab the allen wrench I need without even looking.
It doesn't hold the putty knife, but that hasn't bothered me yet.

Glad you liked it! :)

How long did this take to print?

It took about 1 hour and twenty minutes for me.

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updated with scraper slot, many thanks to dantrush for providing!

There is a slight angle or height mismatch to your file. Like a missing layer from the bottom on one side and an added layer to the top on the other. It still prints ok though

Looks nice! Thanks for updating

Hi,I love this fits snuggly on my Ender 3, just wondering if you could add a slot for the scraper tool.