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Adam and I

Double Coat Hook

by hoeken, published

Adam and I
Double Coat Hook by hoeken Feb 14, 2010
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GNU - GPL
Double Coat Hook by hoeken is licensed under the GNU - GPL license.

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One of the things that I'm constantly wishing I had more of are coat hooks! I have way too many hoodies and I hate leaving them on the floor. So here's my take on a coat hook. The special feature of this one is that it has 2 hooks for optimum hanging excellence.

The design was a mashup of qcad and openscad. i just couldn't get the curves quite right in openscad and I wanted something with both an angular and curved look.

"If we don't all hang together, then surely, we shall all hang separately."

-Benjamin Franklin

(get it, there are two hooks for hanging...) :X

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Print, screw into wall, hang coats!

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i did 20% infill and they are great.... i have a couple hoodies and t Carharts on one and its strong.... great design...easy pring....good job :)

Sounds like it's too weak or people are used to printing with way too little infill for a thing like this.

What about making the base plate longer, so we can have some support-structure
below the hooks to support them?
It often also helps to round or tapper the sharp corners where something like your
hangers meet the base-plate to not give it a weak point where it can start breaking.

PS: I suggest to
put the intended size of bolts into the parts list.

Nice. Printed one out last night and screwed it to the wall at work with some junqe from my bolt bucket. Beats goin' to the hardware store! I put the infill at about 0.3; seems to work fine for a light coat in Georgia's early spring.

New generation Coat Hook ! ;-)

So far I've printed 4 and broken 4. :(

25% infill isn't enough for my coat.

try cranking up the infill or fattening the support structures.

note: i printed this 20% infill and it ended up breaking when i was really jamming on it. i'll try and upload a stronger one later (or just print it with
&
gt;20% infill.

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