Here one can find my Filament extruder. this is my version of the Lyman filament extruder. I want to be able to recycle my plastic and make more filament for my Delta 3D Printer “Rostock.” Although there are plans and kits out there, This version is of my own thoughts and ideas, so far the only thing i have bought for this project was the wood auger bit for 8$ used as an extruder auger. I also bought used hair dryers for 2$. i used the Nickel Chromium heat wire for the last heater band. other than that this was all stuff from other discarded goods and recycled “junk”…
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