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Re: I need parts for my 3D printer


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Posted (edited) · Re: I need parts for my 3D printer

I need to know were to buy a new set of screws and the special nuts that hold the filament role holder down to the top rail on my Ender 3 Pro 3D printer. I had to take the filament role holder off the printer so the printer would fit in the box. The screws and special nuts were put in a ziplock bag for moving to the new apt. Everything for the printer (printer tools, filament roles and so on) arrived safe and sound except for the ziplock bag  with the screws and special nuts in the bag. I have been looking high and low on the internet as to where to buy them with no luck.  There is 4 ways I can go to clamp down the filament role holder.  1. clamp it to the table with a C clamp,  2. use wire ties to clamp it to the top rail,  3. use the C clamp on the top rail,  4. drill 2 holes in the top rail and use regular machine screws and nuts. #4 I don't want to do unless there is no other options that will work. I would rather buy a new set.

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