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3/8 socket handle

by alan21, published

3/8 socket handle by alan21 Sep 18, 2012
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A great little tool for tight places and spinning on nuts.

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Print in ABS or PLA at 3 solid layers and 3 or more perimiters and 50% infill. Great tool and easy print for any machine

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Works great, with one exception: the top edge of the knob is sharp and digs into my fingers. Could you post your source cad file so I can make some improvements?

Thanks a lot :)  But rotating 90 is absolutely right. I'll try it.. Thanks.

 Let me know how it goes, I plan on printing one as soon as I finish printing this set of RP parts

By God. The man's a genius! I can't WAIT to print one of these for myself. Though I think I might rotate 90 and use supports for greater lateral strength

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