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Sliding pin test

by hoonisjunior, published

Sliding pin test by hoonisjunior Mar 18, 2013

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This is a test for a slideable pin design i made, you slide it through the slot on the block and then it clicks in. It could still use some work however, and if i change it i will re-upload it.

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As you may have noticed, the parts are currently at the wrong angle in the images. You will need to print the bottom of the slot facing upwards (hole on the bed), and the pin has to be printed on its side to remain strong. When printed check the small gap in the pin head and remove any excess plastic, and clean out the slot in the block. After that it should work.

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