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I still like this one, although on some materials a bit more friqtion is better to stop the spool from spontaneous unwinding...

https://www.youmagine.com/designs/low-friction-um2-spoolholder

On the UM3 I like to keep 1 spool on the back , and the 2th spool on the side. Used the spoolholder, but directly mounted to a piece of plywood. It fits the 1 Kg Extrudr green-tec spools.

spoolSide.thumb.png.2dc6d2a8124882282bbc9a29c29c628a.png

picture is a UM2+ but its the same setup

spoolSide.thumb.png.2dc6d2a8124882282bbc9a29c29c628a.png

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I still like this one, although on some materials a bit more friqtion is better to stop the spool from spontaneous unwinding...

https://www.youmagine.com/designs/low-friction-um2-spoolholder

On the UM3 I like to keep 1 spool on the back , and the 2th spool on the side. Used the spoolholder, but directly mounted to a piece of plywood. It fits the 1 Kg Extrudr green-tec spools.

spoolSide.thumb.png.2dc6d2a8124882282bbc9a29c29c628a.png

thx so much bro

picture is a UM2+ but its the same setup

 

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