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Just add a sewing needle or 3D print a long thin cylinder.This is great for spools with small hubs. If your spools have large hubs you may need to print the spacer included, depending on your spools, you may need to adjust the spacer. Keep the center the same size and scale the outer rim as needed for best results.This is for the 1kg or less spools. It may support more, but use at your own risk!
K8200 Spool Holder, OpenSCAD3dsha.re
Holder for 1kg filament spools. Can be assembled without loosening any screws, just put both halfs over the spool holder axle and slide the spool onto the holder. Does not need a ball bearing to work. V1 has (optical good looking) holes, but takes longer to print. V2 is solid and works as well. Printed with PLA and 25% hexagonal infill. You could make different holders by adjusting the provided OpenSCAD script.
Universal Spool Holder for Rostock Max V23dsha.re
I take no credit for this, I found it on the internet but can no longer find the source.Uses 608RS (8 x 22 x 7mm) Skate bearings, M8 rod and a couple of nuts.You will need washers to secure it onto the old spool mount.This should completely stop and retraction backlash, both noise and vibration :).
Graber i3 spacers and washers3dsha.re
Parametric Makerfarm Prusa i3v micto adjustable Z stop.3dsha.re
This is an OpenScad parametric design for a screw based micro adjustable Z stop for the Makerfarm’s Prusa I3v. It works great on my machine but if you want to change it just tweak the parameters and recompile in OpenScad to generate the STL.The pieces are eazy to print. I used PLA and it works just fine. One thing to remember is to/enable material support/ for the two M5 screws head sinks. I installed it using the stock screws that came with the I3v (cut the end of its metal lever, not sure if it is necessary), M5 screws for the rail slots and a long M3 screw for the adjustment screw. For installing the switch I also used M3 screws and enlarged the hole in the micro switch to fit. A cleaner solution would be to get smaller screws (M2.5?) and reduce the hole diameters in the OpenScad file.The adjustment screw is positioned to hit the switch near that plastic pin rather than the edge of the metal level. This decreases the leverage and increases the stability and accuracy. If you interested in a more accurate switch, search digikey for snap action limit switches with low differential travel but the stock switch of i3v works great for me.