by emmett, published
There are several levels of personalization available, depending on how much effort you want to put in. The easiest is to scale the file to fit your wrist (the current design has a circumference of 17.1cm with two pieces). Any number can be joined to form a larger circle. By adding M1 commands to the Gcode you can switch colors at different heights to highlight certain features (as shown). And finally, you can modify the OpenSCAD file to turn your own design into a segmented, flexible bracelet.
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Yes, that would be a great application, I look forward to seeing what you come up with. My Stretchy Bracelet works just as well in PLA as ABS, so I imagine this one would too, though this one requires a very accurate initial z position to work well.
I'd love to see the result of printing this bracelet using the technique norcalbarney used on his iphone cases; feeding bits of translucent PLA into the hopper as it prints.
Would is still be flexible if you printed it with PLA?
(my 3D printer arrives in a few days!)
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The base shape in this case was created in Matlab (wiggly.m), which will also probably run in Octave, though in either case you'll need to download surf2stl from the file exchange. Feel free to modify this to a different mathematical shape, or start fresh from any other modeling approach.
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