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Chain Mail

by Gromfrog, published

Chain Mail by Gromfrog Sep 18, 2012
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Medieval 3D Printed chain mail. The chain mail has bee designed to be printed on the replicator in one go and no assemble.

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Just print with 100% infill, support and raft

You can now our Chain Mail from shapeways

http://www.shapeways.com/model/704791/chain-mail.html

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Chain Mail by Gromfrog is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.

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To those asking how to connect mats, start the print and pause it half way through, let the plastic cool. Then slot other mats in with the weave and finish the print. Hope this helps :)

That sounds like a really good idea. Can't wait to try.

With the proper thickness and tight weave, this could be very powerful.........

How would you connect the links together ?

Hi jdb1930, you do not need to connect the links together it prints fully assembled. Thanks Ryan

Yeah, but chances are you want to put a bunch of these mats together to make something much bigger than you can print. How could one join these edge to edge? Maybe make some links with little gaps, or ??

FYI had trouble downloading this file - clicking the link didn't work, but right-click save linked file as, and changing the name, worked.  wonder if there's something about the filename that the system or my computer didn't like?

Hi laird, we are sorry to hear about this. We suggest contacting thingiverse as they should know why it did not work properly, We have just tried downloading the file and it has worked fine but a little slow.

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