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This is a customizable parametric bracelet.
This is a customizer based design.
You can customize the length of each link as well as the diameter of the bracelet. The script will figure out how many links are required for the diameter and the length of links.
You can use the parameter linkAdjust to add or remove links so that the links are attached to each other. Although in theory it works sometimes when you get longer links you will get gaps or overlap. The link adjust is a way to ensure that when you print out the thing it will be in one attached piece. Another way to solve overlap is to slightly adjust the diameter as well.
Right now there are 3 link designs to choose.
The designs are labelled A, B, and C.
The parameters for each one have the link name at the end (ie, numberOfSidesB).
There are controls for each type, feel free to play around with all of them to really customize the design.
Also please be aware that with all of the customization it is possible to make something that will not be attached. It is important to adjust the settings so that it will create a proper design.
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Customizable Bracelet by cliftonium is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Share Alike license.
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