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Empty spools!

Spools?  

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  1. 1. What do you do with empty filament spools?

    • I throw them away.
    • I only buy recyclable spools made of cardboard.
      0
    • I collect the spools so that they can be reused.
    • I use the empty spools in my projects.
      0
    • I store the empty spools for later.
    • I have no idea what to do with it.
  2. 2. Would you like to collect the spools for reuse?

    • Yes
    • No
    • Only when I get a discount on new filament.


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I'm building up a small collection of these, hoping some project will come up that needs them. But maybe I should just take them down to my local recycling centre when I take other stuff there, and put them in the energy recovery bin?

Edited by andywalter
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