Rokita - Guardian Devil, Lord of the Filament

Introduction: Rokita - Guardian Devil, Lord of the Filament

Practical filament clip

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Step 1: How to Use the Clip?

Both ends of the filament do not get tangled up and will never be a problem during printing. Both ends of the filament do not get tangled up and will never be a problem during printing. The ends of the filament are conveniently clicked from the center into the horns of the devil. We do it in the first place when we are sure that the filament is not tangled. The best and safer at a distance of about 10 cm from the end. Then we securely clip the entire filament roll.

Step 2: The Method of Fastening on the Printer

You can specify the types of materials with the color of the clip. Very effective, fast and reliable. Volume of max. 150 g of material (1,75 mm)

Step 3: Stl. Files and Printing Instructions Available On

https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3531867

layers 0,2 mm, infill 100%, PLA, PET or ABS, suggested color for PLA - green, PET - yellow, ABS - grey, different color for each type ASA, TPU, etc. Do not press the first layer too much.

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    2 Discussions

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    randofo
    randofo

    1 year ago

    Cool project. Where did its name come from?

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    PLASTIKON
    PLASTIKON

    Reply 1 year ago

    Rokita, Boruta are legendary devils from Poland. Soon, I will present a project called Boruta. In Polish legends, devils are clever and deceitful. But they can be deceived.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M-skpeuYmfE