About the Design

3D filament holder for M3D printer (multiple spools) in Parts

My good friend received his on Friday.
Here it is next to your little printer.
looks pretty good

AND

If you are in Australia I can print you one and send it to you.
Am glad they are printing a limited batch of clear 3D printers!!!

“I CAN SEE THIS IS BEING downloaded A LOT, YOU ALL MUST BE RECEIVING YOUR MACHINES NOW! HAVE FUN PRINTING THIS AND WHATEVER ELSE YOU NEED OR THINK WOULD MAKE A GREAT ACCESSORY FOR IT, LET ME KNOW AND I WILL MAKE IT FOR YOU ALL IN PARTS, ENJOY YOUR FANTASTIC MACHINE”
sadly my wife said not to me to getting it but I can help those who do have it! enjoy

Make this little baby in your M3D printer in 9 easy parts

Part 1 is the spool brackets and tube where the spools will sit in.
Parts 2 to 5 are for the base.
Parts 6 to 9 are the lid (you can rotate them so they print with the roof down so no need to create scaffolding to support it)

All the parts fit within the build envelope which is in the M3D website!!

So enjoy!!!

BTW, M3D why dont you make a clear case 3D printer as an option ‘colour’, it looks wicked in my opinion

This is my very own spool holder made exclusively for the wonderful M3D printer which is currently on Kickstarter.

This one holds 3 spools!!

See the campaign here:
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/m3d/the-micro-the-first-truly-consumer-3d-printer#project_faq_86355

I 3D printed it at work on a 3D touch machine.
It used about 400 grams of PLA
I have tried to match the design as much as I could by studying the images from the M3D website
http://themicro3d.com/
I modelled it using ArchiCAD (I am an Architect and an Architectural Illustrator)
ArchiCAD is in my opinion the world’s best Architectural BIM software which has STL output capabilities from version 17.
www.graphisoft.com
I hope you enjoy printing it as much as I enjoyed making it.
I have received information as to the rough sizing the filament that will come with the little machine from the makers!!!

Anyways if you have suggestions as to what could be made next I am more than happy to make them.
I gave my test piece at work to a work colleage who I convince to get one so it went to a happy home.

BTW, Abrash stop complaining so much you will live much longer!

Make this little baby in your M3D printer in 9 easy parts

Part 1 is the spool brackets and tube where the spools will ‘sit’ in.
Parts 2 to 5 are for the base.
Parts 6 to 9 are the lid (you can rotate them so they print with the roof down so no need to create scaffolding to support it)

All the parts fit within the build envelope which is in the M3D website!!

So enjoy!!!

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