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Before these clamps our filament rolls we're laying on the wooden boards. So if you needed the bottom one you would topple the whole thing. I decided to make a simple and efficient solution for this.

!!!!DISCLAIMER: IF YOU WANT TO TAKE PROPER CARE OF YOUR 3D PRINTER. KEEP THE FILAMENT IN A DUST FREE ENVIRONMENT, TOO MUCH DUST AND DEBRIS ON THE FILAMENTS WILL EVENTUALLY CLOG YOUR NOZZLE!!!!

Step 1: Let's Start!

I made some notes on the drawing, check them out!

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Export your own .SVG drawing as a .DFX file to send it to your milling machine.

Step 2: Milling

I milled all my T pieces in two steps;

1. Mill everything at a low speed (35mm/s) and don't go deeper than 1 or 1.5 mm, this causes the least outbreak.

2. Mill everything at a higher speed (85-100mm/s)

Step 3: Finish Him.

Sand the edges and remove any tabs.

Step 4: All Done.

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You can add these objects to my other instructable. 1OBS

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Bio: Hi there, my name is Jasper Wellink. I am a Woodworker and Designer. Currently finishing my study Creative Craftsman at the Netherlands most renowned school ... More »
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