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
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!
Ultimaker 2 filament guide with ball bearingyoumagine.com
- *"Bottom V1.0"* is printed with Support (Everywhere with Lines)Inner diameter of 0.24 mm are drawn largerSupport must be broken, top edge has to be slightly filed- *"Filament guide V1.0"* I have printed with 215 ° and layer height 0.1mmInner diameter of 0.24 mm are drawn largerBall bearings must be pressed fitThe ring at the bottom (see picture) must be broken, and flat surface can be easily straightened
Filament dust filterredpah.com
with this part you can keep clean the filament (no dust inside the extruder) 1,75 or 3 mm on your printer. You can place it everywhere....up to you :-)size D24 x 13mmcut out a little piece of sponge (D20 x 10mm) and put it inside the sponge-holder...make sure that the sponge not opposes friction on the filament