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Break Loom

by 3dYeti, published

Break Loom by 3dYeti Dec 3, 2011

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What!? No guns? Where's the old ultra violence, you say? I know nothing of knitting. My sister in law asked for a loom that could come apart. I said ok.

She hasn't told me she hates it yet. I believe she wanted it for knitting an "infinity scarf(?)". I have not tried knitting with this.

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What is the diameter of this loom?

crank up your temp for better bonding between layers

.25 infill (rectilinear)
.3 layer height
Solidoodle 2 (Fully calibrated & Banding issues resolved)
ABS (Natural Octave)
195C nozzle temp
100C Bed temp
Fully enclosed print area for better layer bonding.

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Instructions

Print at least 1 "Break_Loom_v3_Barb", and 3 "Break_Loom_v3". The "Break_Loom_v3r" model can be used to created larger loom shapes. Print it sturdy. The spires have integral supports built into them. They require an unnecessary force for knitting to break. Extra walls, and at least .2 infill should suffice. Your gcode may treat the female connecter oddly. It is ok if the circular part prints funky. The inner ring is more of a guide for the sturdy outside supports.

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Bertsjuhn on Mar 25, 2014 said:

What is the diameter of this loom?

Rawpork on Jan 10, 2014 said:

crank up your temp for better bonding between layers

iowajames on Apr 22, 2013 said:

More like "Breaking Loom" - .25 infill, broke numerous pins on many occasions.

3dYeti on Apr 24, 2013 said:

This, most likely, has more to do with your print quality than the model itself. What printer are you using? What material? Layer height? The ones I have printed for friends and family have been going strong for well over a year.

jtktam on Jan 20, 2013 said:

thank you for this.. is there a way to make bigger ones?

maybe sections with 8 and 10 pegs?

3dYeti on Jan 22, 2013 said:

That could be done. I modeled this one to be printed on my TOM. I may attempt to make a larger one when I get a larger 3d printer.

galatorg on Jan 8, 2012 said:

Awesome, my wife wants me to make her one for her birthday in a week and a half. :) gonna get off easy this year. hehe.

galatorg on Jan 17, 2012 said:

Made some for my wife for her birthday, her birthday is in a month, ahead of schedule this year xD

jkomp316 on Dec 4, 2011 said:

Excellent, my wife uses these.

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