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Air Hockey Parts... No Support Needed

by LeftAngle, published

Air Hockey Parts... No Support Needed by LeftAngle Aug 19, 2012

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Description

I find games at GoodWill to donate to local schools, and air hockey is a favorite. Unfortunately, the parts for these games are rarely included, so I make my own. Now the games can be delivered complete.

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Also if you want to ramp up your game, triangle pucks work quite well. Very unpredictable and they spin like crazy.
Cool. I built an full size air hockey table from scratch a while back (drilled 3500 1mm diameter holes, took a few days :-). Had a heck of a job sourcing pucks and sticks afterwards. This will come in handy for spares.
Cool. I posted a set like this a while ago. Parametric in case you would like to experiment with other sizes.

thingiverse.com/thing:14068

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The files are for 2" diameter parts, which is a good size for most table top games and elementary school aged children.

The advantage of these parts is they don't need support. The mallet will print fine without it and the puck has built-in support that peels away. Kinda cool if you ask me. Use 10% fill for the puck.
Also if you want to ramp up your game, triangle pucks work quite well. Very unpredictable and they spin like crazy.
Cool. I built an full size air hockey table from scratch a while back (drilled 3500 1mm diameter holes, took a few days :-). Had a heck of a job sourcing pucks and sticks afterwards. This will come in handy for spares.
Cool. I posted a set like this a while ago. Parametric in case you would like to experiment with other sizes.

thingiverse.com/thing:14068
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