Simple DIY Filament Storage
What you will need:
- Drill with hole saw*
- Storage container with attached lid and protective seal**
- Round hygrometer, digital or analog
- Swivel Head Deburring Tool (this tool is great, in general, for cleaning up rough edges on prints or anything plastic)
- O-Ring (optional, but recommended if you get the digital hygometer)
- 200 gram silica gel pack
*as with any
tool, be safe, wear protective gear and if you don’t have experience with using
a hole saw, there are some good tips in this article.
**We really like this storage container because of the attached lid and smaller size. It dries out faster and we can just store a few spools, organized by brand or type, which makes them easy to find.
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