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Lotus Europa Door Handle Surround-Update

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Lotus Europa Door Handle Surround-Update by LeftAngle Apr 19, 2013
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1292Views 304Downloads Found in Automotive

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The plastic component surrounding the interior door release handle, locking the leather door panel in place.

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One of mine went missing, so that's my story and I'm sticking to it. :)
If you need these, you know how they work.

I've updated the file to include a self-contained support for the raised snap. No need to build a raft for a tiny raised bit:)

I found my missing part, so I haven't tried this out in real life. If the dimensions are off, please make a new "Thing" or let me know and I'll change this one.

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I made a set - very nice, but they did come out scaled down in my software. Scale up x 25.4 (mm vs inches), and everything worked perfectly.

Thanks!

it appears small in slicer. did you scale it?

I'll look into it

The drawing was created in Imperial units. Did you convert it to mm? My car's on the other side of town at the moment, so I can't measure it, but it looks about right on my board.

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