Filament 3D model for printing: 112 results found
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Onboard Printrbot Filament Holderyoumagine.com
I wanted to put my filament onboard with my PB LC V2. So here it is. I had to make it in two pieces to fit on my printer. It has to be glued together. I have already made changes to the bottom from what is in the picture. This is still a work in progress.An 8mm bolt will come through the back of the lower half and require tapered hubs with 608 bearings.
Folded Spool for coiled filamentyoumagine.com
A Print in one go spool and mounting axle with a central roller bearing sized to fit the coils of Proto-Pasta filament. The spool unfolds to hold a coil of filament 50x30 mm with an internal diameter around 160 mm. Just unfold the two parts and push the mount into the hub. Printed in ~3 hours at 0.3 mm layer height, 10 % fill, 2 shells, 90 mm/s travel.
Filament Clip 3mm or 1.75mmyoumagine.com
Use this clip to store your filament spool and prevent it from unwinding itself. Instead of clipping the filament the the spool itself, this clip is attached to the filament itself. Therefore it can be used with any kind of spool.The clip is originally designed for filament up to 3mm and is very easy to use. Depending upon the exact diameter the clip will easily slide over the end of the filament (see picture with the blue filament) or it can be put on the end of the filament as a kind of 'cap' (see picture with the yellow & red filament)This clip can also be used for other diameters filament, simply scale the clip in Cura or in the other slicing software you are using OR... Just use the 175-v1 version of the clip, especially designed for 1,75 mm filamentUpdate V2.1: Modified the STL file: - the default orientation of the clip is changed - higher resolution stl-fileUpdate çlip175-v1.STL : I created a new version of the clip especially for people using 1,75mm filament. Simply download this version for your 1,75mm filament
Filament cleaner for Ultimakeryoumagine.com
It may be a good idea to lead your filament through a sponge to automatically clean off dust, hairs etc. Couldn't find one for my Ultimaker, so I made a very simple one with OpenSCAD. I think the sponge causes very little friction, so no issues with printing and retraction. I'll see how it goes, maybe change the design a bit.Using the scad-file it's very easy to change dimensions if it doesn't fit your printer or if you want a different thickness etc. I made some stl-files with and without screw attachment and square cutouts./cleaner.stl/ - simplest one, just clamp it on the filament feeder /cleaner_screw.stl/ - can be attached to the feeder using a screw that's already there /cleaner_squares_screw.stl/ and /cleaner_squares.stl /are the same with some squares cut out in sides and back to make it even lighter. More difficult to print though.Cut a piece of sponge and feed the filament through./Just a copy of my thing at //http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:133353 // :)/ http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:133353
I noticed that the filament guide that is sold with the Ultimaker ² could slow the movement thereof. Successive retractions shears the original guide. So I had the idea of a design pieces with original dimensions and to put a pulley. A single screw M3 can finalize the installation.Update 1: - A new pulley easier to print. (not even try)
It's not that easy to find a solution to make sure the filament doesn't get stuck during a print. After hours of browsing thingiverse, failing with a couple of spool holder designs and a ton of canceled prints because of filaments knots I started from scratch and came up with a new approach: the filament duck ("inspired" by a duckbill).
Filament Guide Ultimaker 2youmagine.com
The Stilt goes through the hole. Glue the Stilt into the Plate. Then put the Roller on the Stilt - it should move freely. Put the Top on the end of the Stilt - done. Print each part speratly so you don't get spilkes from the retraction. I printed mine with PLA, 210°C, 75 Bed, 50mm/s, 0.1 Layer Height, 0.3 initial Layer height and 100% infill.Happy printing!
Filament guide with wheelyoumagine.com
Replacement part for Ultimaker 2: filament guide with rotating wheel containing 2 tracks. The wheel can be attached and removed after printing.I decided to make this because the standard supplied filament guide started to wear after several weeks of use. Grooves appear in the track that cause friction and squeaky noises when filament is pulled through. This printed replacement part should last a lot longer.Print complete. *No additional parts required.*
Filament Guide (12mm rod)youmagine.com
Filament guide V2youmagine.com
simple part that sits under the power connector, allowing you to run the filament under the cord and stop the annoying squeaking noises of the filament rubbing against the feeder.Added a tab that goes under the printer to take the stress if the filament spool gets tangled.
Filament guide with bearingyoumagine.com
For my machine I have filament spool standing on the floor, under the desk. I discovered that during printing filament has a contact with printer's upper corner. Simplest solution was to add some sort of guide.In my drawer I had spare 6001 bearing (28x12x8), some M8 washers and M6 screw.So I designed holder and reduction sleeve (12mm external diameter and 6mm internal hole)It's for MendelMax 1.5
Filament Guide UM2youmagine.com
Adjustable Heavy Duty filament spoolyoumagine.com
The arm and hook are like on the original, but the Hub has been redone to work with both 3 and 6 adjustable arms as well as to fit the Ultimaker mount.Just print a hub and the amount of arms you need to get a super-sturdy filament spool for your Faberdashery (or other) filament. Then print the the following files from http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:33461: fluxline_rod.stlfluxline_cap.stlfluxline_spacer_big_spool.stlfluxline_Spool_mount_V3.stlFasten the rod to the spool mount, the spool mount to the Ultimaker, add the spacer, then the spool and finally the Cap. http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:33461:
Alternative hub for loose filament Spoolyoumagine.com
This is a modification of Woofy's Spool Holder for loose filament:https://www.youmagine.com/designs/spool-holder-for-loose-filament Print 6 hooks and 6 arms from this design and add the modified Hub.You might want to print one or two spacers if you don't like how close the spool is from the wall (or where ever you fix it)This allows for the spool to be mounted on an alternative spool holder like lRobertl low friction spoolholder:https://www.youmagine.com/designs/low-friction-um2-spoolholder Bare in mind that the loose filament holder is bigger than standard spools and that it won't fit the back of the UM2. https://www.youmagine.com/designs/spool-holder-for-loose-filament https://www.youmagine.com/designs/low-friction-um2-spoolholder