Male Strap Buckle Clip With Adjustable No-Sew Straps

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Male Strap Buckle Clip With Adjustable No-Sew Straps by aylr Dec 10, 2009
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Standing on the amazing work of http://www.thingiverse.com/jrombousky and http://www.thingiverse.com/rmadams, I wanted a version of the male buckle that has the adjustable strap mechanism and a middle prong to make clipping this together even easier.

Note that you will need one of jrombousky's original female buckle sleeves to clip into found here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1272

I included all the revisions I made to this point, including notes about the problems of each. Only rev5 is worth printing, but they are there if you want to hack them. We need to take the adjustable strap end of this file and slap it on the female sleeve for sew-free buckling.


  1. Download (the rev5.stl)
  2. Skeinforge
  3. Print
  4. Snap off small breakaway support under one of the strap wraps
  5. Buckle!

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I tried to generate gcode but Slic3r complains about several errors and it just creates a gcode that doesnt work. Anyone had the same problem and found a solution?

this is another great example of why openscad is so very frustrating. I can't do any derivative works with it because all it does is complain about polygon windings. There has GOT to be a way to fix that. 50+% of the models on this site have the same problem.

The original buckle and any derivations thereof have that issue. Does anyone know a way I can fix this?

aylr - in reply to Guest

Given that this wasn't made with openscad I'm not surprised you are having problems. openSCAD is great at remixing scad files, but not much else in my opinion.

awesome! thx allot :)

Great, I love things like this that are really useful in the real world. I've got something in the works that should be quite useful for certain people.

This is awesome! I'm going to start using this one.

Nice, this is going to go on my watch!

That's one of the reasons I hustled to post this!