Bowling Pin

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Bowling Pin by dsmith1960 Sep 1, 2012
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This is a regulation Tenpin Bowling Pin. It is modeled at 1:1 size meaning it is 15 inches tall by 4.766 inches in diameter. I have designed in four supports which can be trimmed off after printing.


This was designed with Cubify Invent for the Cube printer.

Scale this object before printing. The scale will depend on your application. Due to the narrow base, I recommend using rafts when printing. As stated in the description, there are supports already placed on the model - additional supports are not necessary. See the photo for the finished object after trimming away the supports.

Build a Ten Pin Set, use a marble, and knock 'em down.

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Just printed a few of theese. No support version is working great. Printed on a Delta Printer, with white PLA. Looks great. Thank you!

A support-less .FUN and .STL file have been added. Thank you for your interest.

any chance of getting a support-less version?

I pulled a model outta the G 3D warehouse and smooshed it into .stl, but it had those facets as well.
dsmith has got those smooth curves i'm looking for ;-) even if I am blowing them to bits in the end.