SpongeBob filament dust filter
Dust filters are especially useful if you have some dusty spools of filament that you want to print from because it protects your nozzle from clogging.
This model prints without supports (even the nose was printed without supports at 0.2 mm layer height)
You need about 27mm of 1.75 mm filament to join it together and a piece of sponge to put inside
It has a 9 mm hole at the bottom if you have a knob on your printer that it would have to go over (like the Prusa MK3S)
You can follow this https://www.instructables.com/id/SpongeBob-Filament-Dust-Filter/ guide for more information and some SpongeBob pictures :-)
Files contain 2 halves of SpongeBob ready to print
If you want it to work on a 2.85 mm filament (or 3 mm, like a caveman :-D ) 120% scale should be big enough but then you would have to find something to joint he two halves.
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This model was created by someone from our 3Demon team. It is fan-made. We are a group of modelling and 3d printing enthusiasts, who work in a 3D makerspace located in Prague, Czech Republic. We make cosplay accessories, technical gadgets and much more. Have a look at our page or visit our website to find out more about us: 3d-mon.com
This model doesn’t need supports. The one you see on the pictures was printed from Fillamentum PLA Extrafill Traffic Yellow at 0,2 mm layer height.
Works best at 100% scale for 1.75 mm filament printer.
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