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Basic Rock Climbing Holds

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Basic Rock Climbing Holds by Jeremy007007 Nov 11, 2012
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Simple First try at a printed rock climbing hold


I have not fully tested it but when printing use at least 3-5 shells, I am testing different % of object fill and will update when I find a good mix.
Climbing can be dangerous, all climbing hold that are tested on your own is your responsibility and should be tested in a safe and controlled environment

  • I made a finished product with testing it is thing:34331

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Thing:34331 is the update of this hold

Do some more pleas. If you can make them customizable it would be great!
Printing this one now and I let you know how it works on my wall!

ericrh - in reply to Neil

How well did it work on your wall?

This hold was to be screwed in to the wall and I never fully tested it because the wall I built was a standard bolting system not screws. Thing:34331 is the bolted version of this, and it works like a champ. I have brought it to the local gym and it has been up for 6 months with minimal ware and tare. Only problem is figuring out how to make the hold less slippery, I have tried a few different methods with good results. But now I have 12 printed hold on my personal wall and I could be more pleased with how they work.