Colorfabb Filament Holder For M3D #3DPrinting #3DThursday

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Via Thingiverse user kuntaykunt

Assembly 3 file is suitable to print on M3D.

You will need below parts to assembly ;

-Bolt : M8x30 mm (4)
-Nut : M8_DIN 934 (4)
-Washer : M8_DIN 125 (8)
-Bolt : M5x20 mm (8)
-Nut : M5_DIN 934 (8)
-Bearings : 608ZZ (4)

It is just too solid and over designed but it looks good 🙂

Wishing successful printings…

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