by ferret7, published
I designed these as four sided pyramids with a .75" through hole so I could insert 3/4" PVC or Black pipe, can't do this with three sided pyramids unless you use equal length pipes - not really adjustable.
Added three sided pyramid for comparison.
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The advantage to the commercial product's tetrahedral shape is that if they get tipped over, they still only have one point sticking up, just like a caltrop. I understand why you did it your way and what advantage that gives you, I'm just commenting. :)
I reoriented the Paint_Pyramid_00.stl to WSC XYZ in Paint_Pyramid_00a.stl see if this sits correctly on the platen.
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"The usual way of finishing the top side immediately after bottom the is to flip the project and set it on a large board studded with nails. Painterâ€™s Pyramids work the same way, but unlike nail boards, they can be moved around quickly for any size project, they wonâ€™t leave prick marks in the surface, and they nest into a neat, compact stack for storage."
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