by rzetterberg, published
A very simple clothes hanger that takes about 2 hours to print with 0.3 mm.
It's split into 3 parts so you need super glue to glue them together.
It can hold a jacket and a scarf without a problem when using a 0.2 mm rectilinear fill density. Using honeycomb it will be too weak and the hook will break off when using heavier types of clothes.
- DWG-file is attached if anyone wants to alter it.
- STL-file is attached for slicing
- GCODE-file is attached for direct printing
The fit between the parts are not optimized for faults in the printing process. The fit works, but it might require sanding in some areas to make a perfect fit.
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