eSUN AMS Spool Adapter

eSUN AMS Spool Adapter

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0.24mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
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0.2mm layer, 6 walls, 25% infill Bambu Basic PETG
0.2mm layer, 6 walls, 25% infill Bambu Basic PETG
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I designed this Spool Adapter for the Bambu Lab AMS for my eSUN cardboard spools, since none of the other adapters currently available fit it properly. This design utilizes the holes of the carboard spools to help lock the adapter in place as well as an anti-slip lip at the top (prints without supports) that will prevent the adapter from coming loose inside the AMS. I exported this as a high quality STL and as a result the curves on the outside have no flat edges and will spin easily inside the AMS. The model only uses 8g of filament.

 

If you have issues with fitting please let me know in the comments. It's possible eSUN cardboard spools are different between types and I cannot realistically test every spool. If it works for you, please let me know in the comments what type of eSUN filament your cardboard spool is for.

 

Check out my other cardboard spool adapters!

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taugt nichts, trotz optimaler Einstellungen, fällt das Dong auseinander
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Replying to @bennny :
i did, dont worry. i know how to print
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Nice print, fits well.
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printed well in pla and fit the esun spool perfectly. layers did separate when trying to remove it from the spool tho.
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Will the AMS lid close with this adapter?
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Yes it will, I’m running a print in my AMS right now with an eSun spool and the adapter inside. (it’s the one with the red adapter)
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Replying to @bennny :
You must be lucky, doesn't work fo rme with a new AMS - the spool is too tall so lid cannot be closed. Don't want to raise the lid so I'll have to respool by the look of it.
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Replying to @JBFUK :
how weird, according to the AMS dimensions it should fit. sorry for your troubles
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Nice upload, thank you, works perfectly, not sure what "northernSG007" was doing, most likely used the incorrect system settings!
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thank you for the kind comment, would you mind rating 5 stars so you can offset his 1 star rating?
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failed twice in a row. not sure why, would not try this again.
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well. at least I could rate it 1/5. better than the 0/5 it should have.
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dont know what this guy is talking about, Ive printed it twice in PETG without any issues.
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Replying to @Chiefkiller :
way to go!!! amazing job!
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Excellent works perfectly :)
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thanks!
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I only got one spool from them so it could have been my spool but it was a lil loose and kept falling off. Maker responded to comment to help.
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could you share pictures? nobody else has this issue so it’s possible they have changed their spool design.
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I have it running in my AMS without it so I’ll have to take one later. Your comment made me think that in all fairness the spool I got could have been slightly under their standard size or at the bottom of their tolerance. I only bought the one spool from them.
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Printed two adapters, one with Bambulab PLA Tough, one with Tinmorry PLA. The first one is slightly too big, the second one fits perfectly. Seems to be depended on the filament, nothing a drop of super glue cannot fix ;-) Used the original settings of the creator on an X1C. One question though: Why not use the "lock" on both sides? Would make it even more stable, wouldn't it?
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it would be more stable, but then you wouldn’t be able to use the holes to hold your filament. I’ve found just the single pair of holes is enough to keep it on.
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Replying to @bennny :
Yeah, you are right - I did not thought about this.
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a few corners seemed thin and separated when I removed from the build plate, but still functioned for my rolls. quick print but likely a one time use per roll.
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Replying to @bennny :
100% agree, that was my problem with the first one I printed ;). second one was a little better but still started separating when I put it on the roll….right by the knobs that fit into the esun holes.
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