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Mini Filament Spool with Gear Bearing

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Mini Filament Spool with Gear Bearing by danlobo Mar 3, 2013
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This is a mashup from Mini Heavy Duty Printable Filament Spool with Cylinder Bearings (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:37432, by cymon) and a Gear Bearing (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:53451, by emmett). I printed with Slic3r with no problems, but if you need to print with different bearing parameters, let me know. Enjoy!

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Do you happen to know the clearance/tolerance used for this? It seems to print a little loose for horizontal loads.

Well, IIRC I put a good tolerance, my printrbot had some issues to print high tight prints.
I have the source somewhere, if you need some tweaks let me know

I missed this when it went up, but I'm glad I ran into it. You saved me some time, friend.