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Replicator Glass-to-HBP Clip
by AdanA, published
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This was the first in what I intended to be a string of iterations. As with many parts that assume that position, it falls short of my hopes. BUT: it works.
A team of four of these will clip a 3.3mm sheet of glass to the aluminum HBP of a Replicator 1 acceptably well.
I hope to have my next iteration, when it comes to exist, include a pair of embedded binder clip arms. I'll use the Pause at ZPos function. In the meantime, this works.
Thus it suffers the curse of adequacy: it's not good enough for me to be pleased with it, but it's not bad enough to immediately need replacement. I figured I'd post it and maybe someone else will take it out of its misery.
Print 100% fill. Consider stopping at ~50%, thus making it half as long. That will be adequate.
You'll want four, allowing you to clip a piece of 3.3mm glass to your HBP at the front and rear of either side.
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