Plated Chain and Carabiner for Oreo Protector

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Plated Chain and Carabiner for Oreo Protector by MacGyver Jan 14, 2013
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I don't like printing more times than I need to so I plated up the chain links and the carabiner for easy printing. There are 8 links 1 large link and 1 carabiner included.

Don't be an idiot and use this thing for climbing. Anyone with a significant brain capacity should already know this.


Print, snap together and enjoy.

The carabiner has a pretty tight fit and it took me quite a bit of force to get it to separate. Good luck!

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If I were you, I would add to not climb with it - It's a given, but in the current time, people are stupid and you could get sued if someone tried.

I've added a disclaimer. Thanks for the idea.

did you print in PLA or ABS? i ask because i wonder if either would be likely to snap when opening the carabiner

I printed mine in ABS. the carabiner seems very rigid and I think it would take considerable force to snap it.

Hi MacGyver! I use Repetier-Host to load up separate STL's, duplicate objects, make a plate, slice and print. I believe there are other applications that can combine STL's too. Do you not use one of those?

For this thing I used Tinkercad and imported the items and arranged them for easy printing.