Android magnet

by casainho, published

Android magnet by casainho Jul 30, 2011

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This is an Android printed part to work as a magnet and be placed on fridge.

I designed using FreeCAD + Blender.

I was printing a LOT of this Androids for testing R2C2 electronics for RepRap 3D printers: http://www.3dprinting-r2c2.com


  1. Print it;

  2. Glue a magnet on the backside hole. Magnet of 8mm diameter, 1.5mm height. This part shouldn't need support material;

  3. Use it, give to your geek friends, etc :-)

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The design is a lovely size and well detailed though the magnet hole could be slightly larger.

What did you use blender for? Couldn't freecad handle everything?

FreeCAD was almost for everything but not for the head. On FreeCAD I just can/know to do spheres while on Blender, I could do a sphere with different value for X/Y.

Android head is not half of a sphere, it also have different X/Y for that half.

I like a lot Blender and FreeCAD, however, I prefer FreeCAD because of parametric :-)

nice need nuclear green, but.

Oh... I don't have green with me.

If you have green, please print and share a picture :-)