Printable STL Printbot Adjustable Spool Coaster

By Ed_B

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AlanGP
AlanGP
over 9 years
<p>Thanks - I'll try that.</p>
Ed_B
Ed_B
over 9 years
<p><a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="/users/AlanGP" class="mentioned-user">@AlanGP</a>&nbsp;I have used some larger 1.2k (2.6lbs) rolls. &nbsp;I usually respool 0.5k on a seperate spool because the manufacturer rolls can stick from manufacturing or shipping (temps). &nbsp;But I have used these larger rolls on this coaster by removing 1 of the screws in the base. &nbsp;That allows it to pull out further. &nbsp;If you secure it with a couple washers, &nbsp;it has no problem. &nbsp;</p>
AlanGP
AlanGP
over 9 years
I printed with a Printrbot Simple Metal and heated bed. Bed Temp 70 C - actually measures 60 C on surface.
AlanGP
AlanGP
over 9 years
Made one - very nice. Not quite wide enough for NUBUS spools (95mm) available in Europe but works if you flip the bearings to the outside Thank you Alan
Ed_B
Ed_B
over 9 years
<p>I used m3 x 14mm to hold the bases together and the walls to the base are m3 x12mm. That is about the shortest length. You can probably go a couple mm longer and not have any problems and of course you can strengthen the mounts with longer screws by adding washers. The bearing are regular 608zz skate bearings.</p>
Tatertot444
Tatertot444
over 9 years
What length M3 socket head cap screws did you use?

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