Extrusion Spool Mount

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Extrusion Spool Mount by Archimedes Apr 23, 2013
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This is a over head mount for a 20x20 extrusion.
It needs T nuts and m5 screws to mount, and M8 screws and skate bearings for the roll.


Hard work. Printed at 40% infill.

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What do you mean by hard work? Is it a difficult print to get without it messing up? Also, do you find that the spool stays in place or would I have to worry about the stiffness of PLA causing the spool to fall off while printing?

I just mean that it was hard work designing something this functional. I have been using it for a month now, it works great. I have not had a roll fall of yet. I haven't had any wiggle in the spool in fact, I allow a little play (about 3mm) so that if the spool does need to move, it can. It is supper easy to print too.