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Thin Spool Holder for Dry Filament Box (Thing 4056923)
A few months ago i published a "Dry Filament Box" link wich is very useful to safe filament from huminity while printing. Normaly the box is fine to use with the given configuration, means 4 bearing balls and 2 axes are carrying the spool and doing the right friction.
Sometimes, you want much less friction, for example, if you are using a direct extruder and a housing. So you need this small "addon" to the Box.

Print out "Holder" twice. The holder will be setted to the former bearing ball cages flat side to outside. In the cones you have to insert the bearing balls from the box (only one each cone).
Additionaly you need a threaded rod M8 about 90..10mm long as the rotating axis.

  • 3D file format: STL

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Electrical Engineer, automotive hardware, power electronic, inverters GaN/SiC, FPGA, Coding in C, practice in high voltage <=200kV, ultra high vacuum (10E-9 mBar), EMC, radiation, founded knowledge in human behavior, horses, pyrotechnics, technical stuff, chemical issues... now learning 3D-Printing and mechanical construction, absolute NERD :-)

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