Wall mount paper clip

by Tosh, published

Wall mount paper clip by Tosh Apr 12, 2014

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It can decorate the wall without opening a hole in the your important picture. This model is painted.

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great idea I have a flashforge pro what settings did anyone use as my slot seems to be real loose paper doesn't hold. I am still learning so anything will help. I know different machines are different but some idea. skeinforge replicatorg thanks

Try increasing the number of shells/outer walls (in cura: wall thickness) or reducing the print speed. The material should push itself a little outward more.

my print are too accurate that i got 2mm gap, increasing outer shell doesn't change the way it look in sliced print preview.
i use default simpifly 3d setting, it use 0.4 mm extrusion width.

i have used another program, repetier host, that use 0.67 mm extrusion width and got the desired clipping effect. perhaps too good that when the first time i pull the clip, i feel a snap (probably the material melted together)

anyway, what you say about "The material should push itself a little outward more." is more correct, so the solution would be increase extrusion width not outer shell.

this is pretty sweet! I am having one issue. When I print this on its side it squashed the starting side of it a little bit. Any suggested solutions for making this not happen? It could be that my heat bed is getting to hot possibly? Im a n00b :) I just got the XYZprinting printer yesterday in the mail. Please let me know if anybody has a suggestion, thanks!!

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I used a dremel to make the hole just a little larger. Works great for getting the exact size needed without messing around with the print.

Is that dualstrusion?

Tosh - in reply to zpj

This is not dualstrusion. I painted after printing.

how do you printed this? flat or laying on the side?

Please make laying on the side.

cool I'd like a hole larger attachment (2mm). Thank you.

Yes, of course.

nice. Is it possible to have it customised.

Tosh - in reply to mactop

Of course.