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Foosball Player

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Foosball Player by dspeers Sep 29, 2012

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This is a foosball player for a Harvard foosball table (http://www.foosballsoccer.com/tables/goal-getter). This is my first model, to prove to myself that I can make useful and moderately complex models to print with my 3D printer.


This is the second iteration. I still haven't printed or tested it yet (still waiting for the 3d printer). I've added the center holes for the nut and bolt, and cleaned up the model a bit.

It also seems that the foosball players available for the current Harvard tables don't look anything like my guys. I've added some pictures from my table.

As this is my first attempt at a printable model I'm sure I haven't gotten everything right, and I'm hoping for feedback from the community to help improve my modeling skills. :)

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Please could you put up the 3D model of the handle as seen on your blog? Coincidentally we at the Leeds Hackspace have the same table that we're repairing.

I never created a model of the handle, just the player and the grommets. We're talking about the wood handle at the end of the rod that the players attach to, right?
I originally did this piece as an experiment, before I had received my 3D printer. Once I was up and printing I found that there were errors in the generated file that made this unprintable, and I haven't gotten back to it to fix it up. It may be a good starting point for someone else, but at least for the foreseeable future I won't be able to work on this.

Could you add the dimension of the hole, wider and lenght of the player etc. ¿¿¿