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    3D printer spool and stand

    Something I quickly knocked up after having to nursemaid a 3D print where the filament was just in a coil on the table.

    It's made from 3mm Plywood, an old curtain pole, wood offcut, and a long screw.
    I used a jigsaw, drill and sand paper to make it

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    Pi Zero Case and 3D Printer Spool - Workshopshed

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    Nice!! Well Done!!

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    Thanks Workshopshed! We've added your 3D Printer Filament Spool to our 3D Printing category, as well as to your builder page: Workshopshed's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:


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    Er, you put it under the wrong user again....

    It should be here http://www.homemadetools.net/builder/Workshopshed
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    Fixed Workshopshed - it's an anomaly from how our builder/tool system works, but it's all set now.

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    Thanks again Jon.



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