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Universal Filament filter or dust filter (for 1.75mm)

by nice_3d Aug 4, 2018
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If you drill a Kinder surprise egg on top and bottom, you spare a little filament :D

The hole is too small and the cap doesn't fit. ..

Hello,

Can you still bring in threads? So that you can screw the parts?

heya,

what is the supposed correct direction?

filament -> big hole -> small hole -> printer ?

or first the small hole?

i dont get the reason for the diffrent hole sizes :D

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Thank you for this thing! Thumbs up to you!

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Thank you for this thing! Thumbs up to you!

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It cost about 5 cents each... I printed one for every filament spool that I have. It help me manipulate filament and storing as well.
Simple neat design, thank you for sharing!

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You should change your thing category to: "3d printer accessories" instead of "3d printer".
Its an accessory and not a 3d printer..

This looks like a great option, it looks good, will be lightweight and effective. I will definitely be trying it! Thank you.

The best filter is letter-clip with piece of sponge ))

Yes, a simple other method, but in some cases too heavy and very conspicuous.
I prefer function with design, but that's just my preference.