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radiator foot

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radiator foot by s_p_e_x Jan 30, 2013
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Summary

I might have dropped my electric radiator and broken a plastic castor mount/foot.

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When I printed it on its side the piece sorta split as I inserted the castor/wheel. So maybe 100% infill is the way to go. Possibly printing at a skewed angle so that filament rings would surround the castor spike as well as the snap-grip. Either might've prevented the split. Still, the split seems to be only a minor cosmetic problem.

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