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Simple flower cabinet door knob

by gwygonik, published

Simple flower cabinet door knob by gwygonik Nov 11, 2012
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This is a simple flower-shaped cabinet door knob or drawer pull. It hopefully serves as inspiration, and accompanies my blog post on finding creative ways to use a 3D printer for income (and not just printing stretchy bracelets).

Read more here: http://wp.me/p2hTaI-io

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3D print and screw onto your cabinet door or drawer.

This one, as it was just an example, was made with specific screws in mind -- the ones on our cabinet doors extended 8mm beyond the door front.

I printed it at 30% infill, 0 (zero) extra shells.

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Nice design! What size screw are these designed to be installed with?

The hole is sized at 3.6mm in diameter, which was slightly larger than the screw that was already in the door, to allow for some contraction from the ABS. So, I'm guessing it was probably a 3mm screw, but I'm pretty sure they were really just whatever came with generic door knobs. :-)

Thanks! Funny enough, the knobs on the bureau I want to install these on had screws that fit perfectly. Conveniently I can just swap the knobs!

I thought these were gears when I first caught a glimpse of the picture. :-)

lol - indeed. Maybe I should make a series of flower gears. ;-)

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