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Ultimaker 2 Tool Holder - Olsson Block Edition - Remake
Revised version of Reibuehl's thoughtful design. This changes the mounting flange downwards and adds support structure to the design. It also changes the print orientation to make the complex bits print on the glass, and the flange print in the positive Z axis.3D printer parts and enhancements
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Revised version of Reibuehl's thoughtful design. Link here - https://www.youmagine.com/designs/ultimaker-2-tool-holder-olsson-block-edition This changes the mounting flange downwards and adds support structure to the design with the 45 degree supports. It also changes the print orientation to make the complex bits print on the glass, and the flange to print in the positive Z axis.
My first submission/re-make/change. New to the 3D printing world, but 3 decades of engineering experience. If you ask about the ABS hood in the background of the pic, I will throw that up here too. The hood and the front panel that will come with it work really well for ABS.... :)
Materials and methods
- 2.14 meters of 3mm material. I used white PLA printed at 225C with a 400 micron nozzle in an Olsson block.
- your tools of choice
- 2x stock Ultimaker M3x16 screws on your machine now.
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Just logged in to say thanks for the tool tray this really is the best for my tools! Pretty tough design as well its holding some heavy pliers and screwdrivers.
Holds everything I like to use regularly, minus 1 extra set of pliers.
Would love to see an extended version that went right across the entire side of the machine with a few more large holes but overall , I really love this design .. hands down the best tool holder design for an ultimater in my opinion.
So thank you for taking the time and sharing, really appreciate it!