Prusa Mendel Bolt-on Filament Guide

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Prusa Mendel Bolt-on Filament Guide by aref_naa Mar 27, 2011
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I needed a filament guide to keep my feedstock from rubbing against my Z steppers, and had about an inch of 8mm threaded rod extending past my Z motor holders, so I rigged up a quick guide that can be slid on and bolted down assuming you have the extra threaded rod.


Print, attach with M8 hardware. Close gap with M3.

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This is exactly what i needed. BTW, I didn't use the M3, the filament just stays in the hole.

Looks a lot neater than my length of hosepipe...