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This is a design from a chilean designer called Mauricio Rojas, design is called "Telar para Valentina". I (my makerbot) made the plastic parts. This is a work in progress (soon I will add the details for the wood)
I used aprox 1 lb. of white abs 3 mm plastic (pieces printed in 30% fill). About 4 days of printing (20 hours). The big parts (regletal.stl) require a very nice calibrated machine, this is why I used: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:14174 to achieve outstanding quality!
1) Print 20 regletasmall2.stl (10 times this file)
2) Print 10 regletal.stl
3) Print 2 gotaengrane_fixed.stl
4) Print 8 thumb screw http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:11848
5) Details for the wood: (pending)
6) Assembly: (pending)
50% printed Loom (Textile mill) by eried is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Non-Commercial license.
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