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Guitarhero Guitar Wall Mount

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Guitarhero Guitar Wall Mount by ohraley Feb 17, 2013
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I wanted to get my Guitarhero stuff off the ground so I made this wall mount bracket in Sketchup and printed it on my Replicator 2

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I got some of the 3m Command Removable Strips to adhere the bracket to the wall. I uploaded the x3g file so it should be ready to print.

The base is 3.5x5 inches if the sizing is off when you bring it into makerware or slicer.

It was one of the first things I made in sketchup and I should have done my measurements in metric. Hope you find it useful!

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Hi, sorry about that. The base is 3.5x5 inches.

It was one of the first things I made in sketchup and I should have done my measurements in metric. Hope you find it useful!

Hi, sorry about that. The base is 3.5x5 inches.

It was one of the first things I made in sketchup and I should have done my measurements in metric. Hope you find it useful!

When I import the STL file into Slic3r, it says it's really, really small (like 5mm). What are the correct dimensions for this? Cheers.

Hi, the base measurements are supposed to be 3.5" x 5". I updated the instructions in case anyone else runs into the same problem

Thanks! Giving it a go now.

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