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Improved MMU Filament Guide for LACK IKEA table

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Fillament / PFTE-tube (for MMU2) guide.

This filament guide should solve the 90degree angle filament path problem for higher prints inside the IKEA LACK enclosures. It allows filament to move around and rotate more to prevent it bending in sharp angels making it harder to get pulled from the spindle, get jammed or even break.

I designing this to be wide enough to pass PTFE-tubes as I'm planning to get the Prusa MMU2 and put it on top of the 3D printer enclosure but all the filament spindles, passing just 1 ptfe-tube through the bottom enclosure toward the 3D printer.

I designed it to use M3 nuts and bolts.
Printed from Prusa orange (Colorfabb) nGen filament without support.
Use a screw driver to holed the nuts in place while screwing in the bolts from the top.

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  • 3D design format: STL Folder details Close
    • Bottem_Guide.stl
    • Top_Guide.stl

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  • Publication date: 2020-07-07 at 14:22
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    Published to Thingiverse on: 2018-12-17 at 15:21

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