[COMMUNITY] Spool holder

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DNeves
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[COMMUNITY] Spool holder

Post by DNeves » 27 Oct 2015, 11:39

Hello guys!

Well, I know that there are a lot of spool holders around there but I would like to share the one I made. I just used a 5mm steel rod and bend it in order to create this! I also weld the start and end of the rod to increase its resistance. It works perfectly for 1kg filament spools.

Hope you guys enjoy. ;)

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Filipe

Re: Spool holder

Post by Filipe » 27 Oct 2015, 12:01

Looks great :)

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Re: Spool holder

Post by Tizz » 28 Oct 2015, 04:42

Well done DNeves, that looks great!

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Re: Spool holder

Post by DNeves » 28 Oct 2015, 15:17

Thanks for support guys! :) It's always good to receive positive feedback :D

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Re: Spool holder

Post by dbarciela » 16 Nov 2015, 21:51

I bought a BEEVeryCreative 1KG spool and also needed a spool holder. To do mine I used an IKEA VINDRUVA, I had a small hitch while drilling the acrylic, so I made a decorative honeycomb frame around the hole to match the BEE prusa.

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Re: Spool holder

Post by DNeves » 16 Nov 2015, 22:02

dbarciela wrote:I bought a BEEVeryCreative 1KG spool and also needed a spool holder. To do mine I used an IKEA VINDRUVA, I had a small hitch while drilling the acrylic, so I made a decorative honeycomb frame around the hole to match the BEE prusa.

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Looks great Dbarciela! :D good job!

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