Curvy Fork

by tashacker, published

Curvy Fork by tashacker Aug 11, 2012

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A fully functional fork, based on scans of a stainless steel Wiltshire fork. Comes complete with a cheeky Makerbot logo. Just print and eat!


Prints within the build envelope of a Thing-o-Matic with ABP, although I suggest switching off "Outline" in your Skeinforge profile to avoid the Y axis hitting the endstop at the start of the build. Use a platform temp of 125C to prevent curling.

For those who are curious, I took a photo of the real fork, traced it in Inkscape to vectorise it and then dropped it into blender for scaling before exporting as STL.

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we ran out of forks at the store. you have saved me.

You have a platform that goes up to 225C?

Whoops! Should have been 125C. Fixed now. I wonder what would happen if the platform were actually that hot =-O