Sewing thread winder for home sewing machines

You can wind sewing threads on spools with this thread winder attached to your sewing machines

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Description

Scales of x 1.05, y 1.05 and z 1.00 are needed for my printers. See "Materials and methods" below.

After printing, add a 70 mm of M6 screw rod and an M6 nut. Double-nut may be useful to fasten a rod to the printed object.

Use this winder slowly (around 60 rpm) and safely.

You can wind sewing threads on spools with this thread winder attached to your home sewing machines.

winder.FCStd is source code made by FreeCAD 0.18.

MD5 (winder.stl) = 5c8307784940b3fd36032e430736233e
MD5 (winder.FCStd) = 4d5c781762b735a35f4c75fc88099b42

Materials and methods

Build Plate Adhesion: Brim
Supports: No
Infill: 20%
Scale: x 1.05, y 1.05, z 1.00 (for my printers)
Printers I have: EasyThreed X2, Anet ET4+
Filament: PLA
After Printing: Add a 70 mm of M6 screw rod and an M6 nut. Double-nut may be useful to fasten a rod to the printed object.

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Comments

Mini hanat-nissie commented ago

Knurled Knob for M6 lock nut https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4359647 is also good.

Mini hanat-nissie commented ago

I bought an M6 finger nut from Neji-no-Tomimori, a parts shop in Japan.

You can print a finger nut, too. For example, https://www.youmagine.com/designs/finger-nut .

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