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Decorative Coat Hook

by Indigojin, published

Decorative Coat Hook by Indigojin Dec 3, 2011

Description

One of my friends requested a coat hook, so here is a decorative hook for your winter wear. Can be hung with adhesive or with a nail thru the hole in the center of the backing.


This thing is part of a final project for CPSC 183 Technology and the Law with Prof. Brad Rosen at Yale University. The idea of this project is to ask friends for ideas for physical objects that they would like to have that could be printed on the Makerbot TOM. I have designed them, printed them out and given them to the people who requested them. I also have uploaded them here to Thingiverse to add to the library of physical objects that people find cool, useful, or just plain fun!


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Looks great! Happy to hear you found it useful! :)
ReplicatorG threw a bunch of errors like there was a problem with the model. Unfortunately I didn't take note of the errors. Sorry about that. I did just get done printing a copy though. I've been looking for just this thing for awhile now. Thanks for the upload!
That is strange!

It printed fine for me! Granted, I export it to an SD card and print it without my computer connected, so maybe that is where the issue might be.

I'll delete the stl file that is here now and upload it again and try printing again - maybe it just got corrupted somehow.

What exactly happened in Replicator G for you?

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Instructions

Print out and clean support material.

I'm not sure what is wrong with the stl file you posted but my ReplicatorG puked when I tried to print it. I imported the stl into google sketchup then exported it back out to .stl and it is now printing fine. Strange.
That is strange!

It printed fine for me! Granted, I export it to an SD card and print it without my computer connected, so maybe that is where the issue might be.

I'll delete the stl file that is here now and upload it again and try printing again - maybe it just got corrupted somehow.

What exactly happened in Replicator G for you?
ReplicatorG threw a bunch of errors like there was a problem with the model. Unfortunately I didn't take note of the errors. Sorry about that. I did just get done printing a copy though. I've been looking for just this thing for awhile now. Thanks for the upload!
Looks great! Happy to hear you found it useful! :)
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