My experimental filament spool holder for those one-pound cable bundles that don't come on reels. It collapseable to fit inside the filament bundle, then unfolds to grab the filament and hold it in place, then turns smoothly on bearings as the filament unspools into the printer. At least, in theory. In practice it's a pain to get aligned and put together, and I'm going to redesign it when I have a chance.
It's functional, but I'm not happy with the aesthetics. The module is off-center, required in order to clear the corner do the power supply, and I had to cut off part of the plywood print bed support plate, which ruins the pleasing hexagonal symmetry of the design. I'm probably going to redesign this to look better eventually, but I'm just happy to have it working for now.
The best feature of the control console design - it's hinged open to flip open forwards, giving me full access to the RAMPS board without having to disassemble anything. You can see the nifty new heat sinks I've installed on the stepper driver motors here, and the great big cooling fan to blow air directly on them. With this setup I can check all the connectors, measure heat sink temperature, and adjust the stepper motor current limits while the printer is running. It's been helpful with troubleshooting, especially with adjusting the extruder motor driver current to be just right.