Store filament easy and dry - Tom's way

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Store filament easy and dry - Tom's way

Post by WilkoVehreke » Sun Aug 13, 2017 10:57 am

Toms's solution for storing and using filament:
My implementation:

If deleted my old post because of broken links.

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Re: Store filament easy and dry - Tom's way

Post by mbuc » Tue Oct 10, 2017 12:57 am

I saw this the other day and was considering putting the time in to do it. How has it worked for you so far? Have you checked the moisture levels with a hygrometer?

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Re: Store filament easy and dry - Tom's way

Post by ido » Tue Oct 10, 2017 9:47 pm

Thanks for sharing. I ordered 2 of these boxes ... repen-50-l they ware already airtight.

Is it handy to also print from the container? vs storing the filament and getting the role of filament out to print with?

btw, I have 200 grams of silica in the container and its turns out green, so I am guessing there is already a lot of moisture in the air.
I am curious though about if you can over-dry the filament, to the point it becomes too fragile and breaks more easely

And I am using a (cheap) food dehydrator to dry the silica gel, works perfectly

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