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Rostock Plywood metric
by Culain, published
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First things first:
I abandoned this project.
While constructing this i ran into so many problems, that i just stoped building a rostock. I think it is still a very unique project and a great idea behind it, but at this time it's not ready for just screwing everything together and it works.
The fact that i'm too lazy to get anywhere deeper into this project made me abandon this. So feel free to use this "as is" and see it as "not finished".
I reconstructed the whole plywood plate, so that it is symetrical and stuff. metric system used
Constructed in Autodesk Inventor 2012.
PDF Image format: DIN A4; 1:3 scale
DIN A2; 1:1 scale
sry for the german names :S
- changed 6mm to 8mm Holes (thanks smolkd)
- added dxf file
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