Original design by [Juan Nicolas](https://www.thingiverse.com/djuanmurcia/about) and [James Dean](https://www.thingiverse.com/The-Doc/about)

This is a smiple Remix of Juan Nicolas [Cable Chain Mount](https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3623342) (perfect fit version) with a [PC4-M6 filament guid](https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3508693) by James Dean.The printed object is made with blue ABS but can be printed with PLA.

How To Slice
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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](https://community.ultimaker.com/topic/20470-infill-density-for-smaller-parts/) comment by tomnagel of Team Ultimaker

1. 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.
2. Import a second object ([Original filament guide](https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3508693)).
3. Put Cura in "custom mode".
4. Select the filament guide, and use the button "per object settings" on the left side.
5. Select "Infill Mesh" (now called: "Modify settings for infill of other models") and enable that setting.
6. The filament guide now turns transparent gray.
7. Position the filament guide to overlap part of your model. It should overlap with the section that you want to change the infill for.
8. Also with "per object settings" (now called: "Per model settings") select the option "infill density".
9. Set it to 100%.
10. 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.

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