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Archery Target

by oski, published

Archery Target by oski Nov 24, 2012
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  • 1/10/13 new file uploaded to include hanging eyelet

1mm thick archery target

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Print and shoot at it! If the rings crack they can glued back together with CA glue.

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can you upload the file for the pictured "bullseye" the uploaded file has no hanging eyelet.

Uploaded a new file for you, please try again now. Hope you enjoy the target.

Thanks for the comment Johnny, I originally uploaded the gcode file by accident.  It's been fixed.  I went to the archery range today and shot at these targets.  They are surprisingly durable!  I hung them with a nail and most of the time they moved when an arrow hit the rings. We found the yellow to be better for visibility at further distances.

Can you include the stl file instead of the code please. GCODE are very machine specific, and thus your GCODE will not work on other machines.

Thanks

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