Wall Mount Coat Rack

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Wall Mount Coat Rack by tlalexander Jan 25, 2012
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I made a sweet coat rack to match my other thing, the IKEA Not Lamp Wall Sconce mod:

I made it for my Ultimaker. It may not fit your puny machine.

EDIT: Solidworks 2012 source file added.





You shouldn't need support if you're cool. Ultimaker users, keep the knobs by the fan. That should help with cooling the overhangs. I think I printed with the "Standard" profile. It took somewhere between 0 and infinity hours.

I'd use some tight infill to keep it strong. I don't remember what I used, because NetFabb is awesome and doesn't include print information in the Gcode. Thanks NetFabb.

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Please post the source. This looks useful. What's the size?

Source file added!

Its 6.715" x 5.32" x 2.378" high.

How strong is it?

I'm new to 3D printing - just learning to gauge these things.

If you printed it solid, it would probably be extremely hard to break. If you print it with 30% infill, it would probably be very hard to break. I'd say generally pretty strong?