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Low Friction Spool Holder

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Hi

I am Printing iRoberts Low Friction Spool Holder and want to extend the main Screw think it was called 608 cor2 can anyone tell me what the Thread was, having enough trouble drawing it working out his pitch is a B****h soryy very frustrating at the moment. And yes I could draw one from scrath but I wanted to keep Continuity.. Any help Appreciated

 

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i Robert thaks for the reply I was struggling thought you would od used a pitch which by the way is very close to a BSW thread but thought Nahh you wouldn't but a learning curve is good ??? have traced your pitch and hope it works just wanted to keep all the parts I print std. Love your design it makes up really well. I will be doing the feeder Mech next.

Thanks

Bob

 

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