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Whats in your tool box?

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Just a quick question as to what people keep in there ultimaker day to day tool box. I guess edge cutters for fillament, a putty knife, blue tape (+ knife to trim it down) and pliers are all key tools, but anything more that people keep handy? I hear medical needles are great for unblocking? What other suggestions do people have?

PS any thread related to this, or even if this is posted in thhe wrong section, just point me in the right direction :)

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The tool I use the most is a pair of needle-nosed tweezers. Invaluable for cleaning the nozzle, and pulling off stray bits of filament. Littauer (suture) scissors - the type with the notch in the blade - are also useful for cutting stray bits of plastic away in mid-print sometimes.

 

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