There are many interesting little ways to improve the performance and durability of 3D printers. In the 3D printing industry, even a small startup can make a big difference for 3D printers.



DIY wire cleaner keeps 3D printed wire clean and lubricated

Wire cleaner Figure source: thingiverse

Recently, a Swedish-based Creative Tools company invented a very interesting gadget - wire cleaner. This wire cleaner is printed by a 3D printer to help clean and lubricate the wire to improve the performance and durability of the 3D printer.

DIY wire cleaner keeps 3D printed wire clean and lubricated

Wire cleaner Figure source: thingiverse

It is said that this wire cleaner takes 1 hour to print and is specially designed for models based on FDM and FFF molding technology. Place a filter-sized sponge in the cleaner, then thread the wire through the wire cleaner and apply some oil to clean the wire. Easy to use and simple.


DIY wire cleaner keeps 3D printed wire clean and lubricated

Wire cleaner Figure source: thingiverse


In use, the cleaner is placed between the wire tray and the extruder so that the wire passes through the filter and enters the extruder, so that the wire can be automatically cleaned without the need for hands-on. The filter cleans the dust on the wire and keeps the wire clean to ensure efficient, more stable operation of the 3D printer.

The wire filter is a very interesting invention. 3D printing enthusiasts who like it are now on the thingiverse website and download their 3D printing models for free.


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