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Big Doorstop

by SLAM-ER, published

Big Doorstop by SLAM-ER Apr 16, 2013
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4019Views 383Downloads Found in Household Supplies
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This is doorstop that I designed in Sketchup as my first fully homemade 3D print... thought I'd upload it since I had it sitting around. It's 40 x 40 x 120mm so not huge, but probably bigger than it needs to be unless you had a really big gap under your door! The bottom surface is designed to grab onto carpet without damaging the pile and the top is stepped to grip the bottom of the door nicely.

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Download it and print it. A higher fill density might be required so you dont crush it with the door.

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Not really, I just drew a square, cut into 2x triangles, then dragged the corner nodes up, then copied it and pasted it, rotated and snapped to the corners, till I had the 4x pieces to make one 'bump', then copied and pasted that to make the rest of the base.

How did you make the bottom surface in SketchUp? It'd be pretty painful to do by hand.

Not too hard really, I just drew a square, cut into 2x triangles, then dragged
the corner nodes up, then copied it and pasted it, rotated and snapped
to the corners, till I had the 4x pieces to make one 'bump', then copied
and pasted that to make the rest of the base.

Fair enough - nice work!

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