Original design by Juan Nicolas and James Dean
This is a smiple Remix of Juan Nicolas Cable Chain Mount (perfect fit version) with a PC4-M6 filament guid by James Dean.The printed object is made with blue ABS but can be printed with PLA.
How To Slice
The print makes use of a special function in cura in order to creat different infill densities in a single model. This will teach how to do it for the mount in order to strengthen the pc4-m6 hole of the design. These instructions were found in a forum comment by tomnagel of Team Ultimaker
- Unselect "keep models apart" (now called: "Ensure models are kept apart") and "drop models to build plate" (now called: "Automatically drop models to the build plate") in Cura preferences.
- Import a second object (Original filament guide).
- Put Cura in "custom mode".
- Select the filament guide, and use the button "per object settings" on the left side.
- Select "Infill Mesh" (now called: "Modify settings for infill of other models") and enable that setting.
- The filament guide now turns transparent gray.
- Position the filament guide to overlap part of your model. It should overlap with the section that you want to change the infill for.
- Also with "per object settings" (now called: "Per model settings") select the option "infill density".
- Set it to 100%.
- Now you can slice it then send the g-code to your printer. Check if the model has a 100% infill in the filament guide part in the preview.
20% for mount and 100% for pc4-m6 hole