With this series of parts we try to have the filament reel on top of the printer and thanks to the bearings we avoid that the extruder has to make too much force, causing breaks in the filament, skidding, etc..
It fits on the back of the LCD screen with the same screws as the printer and the rod that acts as the axis can be used as the standard support, although I would recommend one with a longer 4mm. the bearings are the typical ones used in skateboards and when fitted have a little slack, just enough to tape the bearing on the outside 1 or 2 turns and put it under pressure, I did not want to do it as the ribbon is not as rigid as the filament and avoid forcing it.
Finally, I would like to say that I made two variants of the reel centring and capping devices, either simple or with bearings :)
Dimensions and printing parameters (based on layer height 0.1 and mm)
Support base 157,1x175x15;10h and 4m; filling 30% vel.60
62x62x20;2h and 58m (the simple one a little less); filling 30% speed 60
Lateral bottlenecks of the base 36m; filling 30% speed 60
Centring fillers "twister" 55x55x1; filling 30% speed 60
Simple centering fillers 55x55x1; filling 30% speed 60
File type: STL
Soy un diseñador y maker que ama esos largos momentos reparando y creando diseños 3D.
Suelo trabajar con Sketchup,Thinkercad,3DS y poseo una Infitary M-505 por impresora 3D,cualquier duda o petición no dudes en contactarme :)
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