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Winch Thimble

by Roktgr, published

Winch Thimble by Roktgr Sep 14, 2012
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3805Views 474Downloads Found in Automotive

Summary

Attachment point for the end of winch ropes, won't allow rope end to be sucked through the fairlead.

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Initial models are done in plastic or other low expense material. Once final version is complete part will be made from chromoly steel, heat treated, shot peened, polished, and coated.

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Love the design except it requires support material. A version with max overhang angle of 45 deg would print clean.

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Jun 11, 2016 - Modified Jun 11, 2016

Love the design! I needed to scale it up for my application of it, but it printed very nicely! And for what I'm doing with it, a printed plastic (ABS) one will be more than adequate. To save weight, I printed it with 4 shells and a 20% honeycomb, on a 0.5mm nozzle, with 0.25mm layers.

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