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Android magnet

by casainho, published

Android magnet by casainho Jul 30, 2011

Description

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: 3dprinting-r2c2.com

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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 :-)

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

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

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

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Instructions

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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swosho on Jul 30, 2011 said:

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

Anonymous on Jul 30, 2011 said:

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 :-)

rnakata808 on Jul 30, 2011 said:

nice need nuclear green, but.

casainho on Jul 30, 2011 said:

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

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

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