by MBCook, published
The file is parametric. Fill in the width of your nut (the STL file is set for an M3), the thickness (the wrench will be 20% thicker) and you'll get a nice wrench.
For bonus fun, you can set the size smaller and the wrench comes out pretty cute. If you set the nut diameter to something like 4.2 (which I did by accident) it looks great but is still pretty tiny.
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For some reason, customizer as well as my own openscad application show just two cylinders instead of a wrench. What am I doing wrong?
I needed a M6 wrench as well as a better printed M3.
First time I used openscad :)
It would however be nice if the scad file included some comment suggestion for dimensions for other sizes than M3.
(Yes I that lazy, typing is easier than finding the calibers)
P.S. The not included shapes include file also defines the box function, not just the hexagon.
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