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Latest designs

  1. Motor drive flange for window motor

    This fits on a window motor - used by our FIRST robotics group - not sure if these motors were part of a kit in the past or not. Includes a centering tool.
  2. Printrbot Simple Metal E3D-V6 adapter plate

    Printrbot Simple Metal E3D-V6 adapter plate
  3. lm8uu Bearing / Bush

    lm8uu bearing replacement bush

About YouMagine

YouMagine is an online community for everyone who’s eager to explore the world of 3D printing.

Want to work with other users and learn from each other? Go right ahead: YouMagine is about sharing and collaboration. Needless to say, everything you upload will remain your intellectual property which we encourage you to share.


At YouMagine you can print existing designs, but we’d love for you to give designing a try yourself. With our easy design tool that will be available soon, creating your ideas becomes a piece of cake.


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Being discussed

  • Ultimaker 2 Bowden Fix

    • Cable management, bend protection and stabilizing support of Bowden coupling. Suitable for use with the UM2 machine housing and an existing engine bolt.
  • Span1 comedoone gfr 03
    mnis wrote:
    Last updated: 2014-May-23... Small design change of the holder, since the tip is printed incorrectly when Cura is used. The development is now finished. Thank you for the great interest, I hope it works well.
  • Span1 comedoone gfr 03
    mnis wrote:
    Today I have the individual parts of the BowdenFix made ​​available so that they can be printed as needed in a row.
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    EldRick wrote:

    It would seem that you are shortening the freely-moving part of the bowden tube, thus forcing it to take a more extreme bend further up the line.

  • Span1 comedoone gfr 03
    mnis wrote:

    Hello and Thank you for the FeedBack, EldRick. Have you already tried it? You are the first person with concerns of this kind. I think a slight curvature above the BowdenFix (...no buckling) is less problematic than a curvature immediately after the feeder clutch (...standard feeder).

    Anyway, the material transport through a Bowden-system requires a lot of power and often the complete drive-system is undersized. I've been using for several weeks, a completely self-constructed material feeder with conventional drive-mechanism, stronger couplings, an even longer integrated BowdenFix, and a much stronger step-motor with "only" 200 Steps at 360 degrees and everything tested down to 0,05mm layer thickness, works excellent.

    The Universal Bowden feeder (CPv7) for filaments with 3mm and 1.75mm and a variety of drive wheels, for a while now is ready. But I always make small improvements. And only when I am completely satisfied with my work, then I have something to give away.