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Hole-ly Nema 17

by kenwshmt, published

Hole-ly Nema 17 by kenwshmt Aug 28, 2012

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Intended for modeling.

Spacexula's nema 17 variation.

This one has negative holes where the pins are. they go all the way through.

4mm version is friendly to 3mm fillament, it goes in without complaint. (first)

3mm version probably fits mounting screws properly, or at least well enough to hold. (second)

pictured is 4mm with 3mm filament in it, intended for modeling, and i'm not going to use screws.

The center is still a bit large, I will add a replaceable insert for the motor so the attached gear rotates right, in the mean time, if you use a long strip, the bend of the filament alone will hold it in place.

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I'm loving the concentric fill, even if your renticular won't close the gaps at the perimiters, concentric follows the shape and solves the outer shell problem.

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in a word

"boolean"

Modeling.

If you need to fit the part, but you don't have the part, there is this.

This place needs more plastic equivelents of the metal parts, functional or not.

So what would this be used for exactly?

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