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3D Printed Belt

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3D Printed Belt by kefeili May 1, 2014
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Few days ago, i was watching tv and a guy was wearing a 3d printed belt. I felt it was so cool that I wanted to design mine. Here it is!
I am wearing it for sevral days, it is confortable and I didn't get any weakness issue so far.

The closing system is still to be improved to make it easier to use (buckle shouldn't be totally remoable), but it works fine.

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Printing:
Printed with a MakerBot Replicator 2, standard mode for all parts, no support and no raft (except for dowels)

  • print as many crosses, crosses with holes, H, H with holes as you need according to the length you want for your belt.
  • print one of all other parts
  • print as many dowels as needed, lying on a raft. Layers have to match the length of the dowels to optimise the resistançe.
  • mind that the front side of the buckle isn't flat. You want to print it lying on back side.

Assembly:
Assemble the parts this way: ending, cross_hole, H_hole,....., cross, H,....,H, cross_male, peack
You will need a small harmer to push carefully the dowels into the H together with a cross. The dowel will be strongly fixed with the H but the cross will be free to turn around.

Once you wear the belt, cross_male goes into a hole and the buckle slips to get the 2 layers fixed together. In the beginning the buckle is a bit hard to slip but it gets quickly easy to use.

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Hi a standard/minimum size ready STL plate would be cool. We fat people would just print more H and Crosses...Would be easier :)

This may seem to be a stupid question, but what are the holes for? I know on a normal belt a pin slips onto one of them to keep the belt adjusted properly, but this belt appears to be friction fit.

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Soon to be leaving thingiverse because of Makerbot's behavior towards open source.
Details: http://www.fabbaloo.com/blog/2014/5/25/has-makerbot-crossed-the-line-for-some-yeshttp://www.fabbaloo.com/blog/2...

Instructions? Print settings? Both would be helpful! Thanks...

There are istructions now!

Sorry guys, I forgot to upload the Cross_Male...here it is!

Use the dowels (should I say hinge?) to string parts together. Print as many dowels (with raft) as other parts.
You'll need a harmer to push it into the H, but the Cross' hole is a bit larger to allow the rotation.

I assume you just string it together with some filament that you fuse into the belt to make hinges?

Use the dowels (should I say hinge?) to string parts together. Print as many dowels (with raft) as other parts.
You'll need a harmer to push it into the H, but the Cross' hole is a bit larger to allow the rotation. /p

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