marsgizmo Filament Bunker V3by
This is the new version V3, of Marsgizmo Filament Bunker
This is a solution to keep your 3D Printing Filaments dry. It is designed for 3D Printing.
Please ignore the wrong part names (currently not possible to rename them). After download, you'll get the correct parts and names.
This new version is compatible with both containers (Narrow and Wide).
Check the added pictures for more details
What do you need to make it?
For each individual Filament Bunker, you need (more details below):
1 x cereal container 4 x bearings 1 x about 50cm (20”) of PTFE tube 1 x PTFE connector (for 4mm OD PTFE tube) 50 grams (1/2 cup) of Silica beads 1 x Hygrometer 3D Printed Parts (1 x Main Body, 1 x Silica Lid, 1 x Cylinder 1 and 1 x Cylinder 2). No supports needed for printing.
Where to buy the additional parts? The following are my affiliate links.
There are 2 cereal containers (Narrow and Wide), check the above video to distinguish the differences:
Narrow Container: with big handgrips can hold Spools of 60mm width and 200mm in diameter (usually 750g Spools) Get them from here (not available in all countries): [link] (https://geni.us/pSLAo)
Wide Container: can hold Spools of 68mm width and 200mm in diamerter (usually 1Kg Spools, e.g. Prusament, etc.). Get them from here (not available in all countries): [link] ( https://geni.us/nrcXpYG)
The volume of both containers is 4 liters (16.9 Cups, 135.3oz). DO NOT GET the smaller versions!
Using regular 608 ZZ (or 2RS) skateboard bearings:
PTFE tube and connectors. I recommend 3mm ID / 4mm OD, but you can also use regular 2mm ID / 4mm OD (ID - Inner Diameter, OD - Outer Diameter)
the best are Molecular Sieve beads [link] (https://amzn.to/3jljvU9) More details about which method is the best silica beads with no markers: [link] (https://geni.us/ktHdsU) I recommend using silica with no color markers, the ones which are blue or orange are slightly toxic
Hygrometer (the square version, not round): [link] (https://geni.us/gAhF3) Dimensions: 46mm x 27mm / 1.81 x 1.06 inch.
- no supports needed!
- can easily be printed from PLA (try to use quality PLA), otherwise go with PETG.
- 0.2mm layer height for better quality, but also 0.3mm layer height works fine (lower quality)
- 3 perimeters (for strength)
- 100% infill (there’s a very tiny difference in overall quantity)
- you need in Total around 67 grams on PLA, for one complete set.
- you can print is on small beds like Prusa Mini 18x18cm (you only need to rotate the Main Body 45 degrees)
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