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Kinematics @ Home bracelets

by nervoussystem, published

Kinematics @ Home bracelets by nervoussystem Dec 3, 2013

Description

Kinematics is a system for 3D printing that creates complex, foldable forms composed of articulated modules. Use our free app to design your own flexible bracelets

make your own at
n-e-r-v-o-u-s.com/kinematicsHome/

I've uploaded a selection of different bracelets in a few different sizes. The sizes indicated on the file are the size of your wrist for a proper fit. If you need a different size or different style, just go to the app and design one to your liking.

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Just beautiful design! Printed at 0.1mm 70mm/s and 80mm/s infill with my UM2 perfectly !
But anyone had problem with the "pin" ?, it's just impossible to attach, so beautiful but unusable :(

Just uploaded one made with ultimaker original. Works like a charm, just print it slow round 30-40mm/s speed.

Hey, great design -- thanks! PLA printed successfully first try (Netfabb cloud repair + Kisslicer) with the exception of the clasp stem which deforms a bit due to its tiny diameter. How about a version with an easier to print, more secure clasp, something like this: http://www.thingiverse.com/thi... ?

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N3W0NE on Apr 18, 2014 said:

Just beautiful design! Printed at 0.1mm 70mm/s and 80mm/s infill with my UM2 perfectly !
But anyone had problem with the "pin" ?, it's just impossible to attach, so beautiful but unusable :(

C-line on Dec 10, 2013 said:

Hey, great design -- thanks! PLA printed successfully first try (Netfabb cloud repair + Kisslicer) with the exception of the clasp stem which deforms a bit due to its tiny diameter. How about a version with an easier to print, more secure clasp, something like this: http://www.thingiverse.com/thi... ?

JBFromOZ on Dec 6, 2013 said:

I have printed on my aluminatus, 0.5 nozzle 0.4 layers, and it was pretty close to staying together, I think Z start position is fairly critical on these large layer heights, will try on thinner layers

peterparnes on Dec 4, 2013 said:

These are really cool but has anybody been able to print them on Ultimaker2? I just got a big pile of puzzle-pieces as the connectors are too small and the pieces doesn't stick together.

MINIFACTURE on Jan 8, 2014 said:

Just uploaded one made with ultimaker original. Works like a charm, just print it slow round 30-40mm/s speed.

Anonymous on Dec 4, 2013 said:

Hi Peter, most people who have been printing so far were using makerbots. This guy did use an ultimaker though: https://twitter.com/jeromemaur...

We are planning to make the joint tolerances adjustable as well. I'll let you know when that modification is available.

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