3DJAKE Spool Holder

Simple holders for filaments of all sizes

  • Easy assembly
  • Secure bracket
  • For large & small spools
  • Two versions
  • £9.10

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Item no.: CB-SH1S, Content: 1 pc

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  • Easy assembly
  • Secure bracket
  • For large & small spools
  • Two versions
Small: £9.10
Large: £22.75

Product information & technical details

Item no.: CB-SH1S
Manufacturer No.: SH1S
Manufacturers: 3DJAKE
Content: 1 pc
Product types: 3D Printer Accessories


The filament spool holder is an external holder for spools. The spool holder is available in two different sizes. They are supplied with all the parts required. Assembly is easy. The spool holders guarantee an ideal feeding of filament to the printer.

Small version:

  • Made of acrylic glass
  • For up to 1kg spools (2x 750g)
  • Max. Outside diameter: 200 mm
  • Max. Width: 125 mm

Large version:

  • Made of metal
  • With ball bearings
  • For 2.3kg to 8kg spools
  • Min. Outside diameter: 300 mm
  • Max. Outside diameter: 400 mm
  • Max width: 200 mm
  • Distance between rollers: 220 mm

Questions & Answers about 3DJAKE Filament spool holder

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  • With the large holder, can I assume the 2 rollers are for 2.3kg sand 8kg spools respectively?

    1 Answer, last answered on 01 December 2020

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