Step 4: Put It All Together!
Alright, now put the Lazy Susan on a flat surface and lay down the filament spool on top. Run the filament through the polyvinyl tubing and orient the whole mess such that a nice path for the filament presents itself.
As you can see, mine is actually pointing away from the extruder, but that was the best way to get a smooth transition. Also, the tubing isn't fully seated in the countersunk hole in the L-bracket. Since it's free to slide, it just did it's own thing.
It doesn't look the best, but a little paint could spruce that up really quickly! It cost me $10 and 10-minutes to build, and I just wanted to share it so that others could be pointed in the right direction for their own solutions.
Thanks for reading, this Instructable's my first!