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Basic Rock Climbing Hold 2

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Basic Rock Climbing Hold 2 by Jeremy007007 Nov 11, 2012
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I have not fully tested it but when printing use at least 3-5 shells, I and 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

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the refined version of this is the Rock Wall Hold 1.0

Great idea. Is there a standard for the holes for rock climbing mounts?

for a standard wall it is a bolt that has a diameter of .375 in and the head is .575 in

It will take over 200 Ib as a hand hold, i tested a 3 shell 15% fill one it worked but I think there should be another shell. I will be testing it at a rock wall tomorrow with an updated one

Can that take the pressure of a climber putting weight and pushing off on it? Curious.