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Spool Holder uploaded

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Sorry, no... I don't use Faberdashery for that reason, it's annoying and I think lazy of them!

 

 

Thanks!

I am looking for a good solution for no spooled Faberdashery filament. The solution to leave it on the ground it does not work for me.

Any suggestion?

 

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Hey braddock. I'm trying to print the spool holder but cura doesn't seem to like the frame. It will only slice it if I scale it down a bit but then the scale will be off. Just wondered if you had an issue with this?

 

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I haven't downloaded the file but my guess would be that since it works when you scale it down the problem is that you have skirt enabled and it is causing the print to be too big. Try disabling skirt or reducing the amount of it.

 

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I haven't downloaded the file but my guess would be that since it works when you scale it down the problem is that you have skirt enabled and it is causing the print to be too big. Try disabling skirt or reducing the amount of it.

 

Ah good thinking sir. works a treat.

 

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