Chalk Man Doorstop

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Chalk Man Doorstop by plainolddave Jun 15, 2013
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Wanted a doorstop thats quick to print so made a chalk outline of someone stuck under the door

Solidworks source is included if you need to change it - go nuts...


Two versions - one is 20mm high and the other is 40mm.

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A really funny and useful print! Great idea!

Is is good as it is but If I may suggest a couple of improvements:

  • The thinnest part is still 4mm thick or so and not all the doors have that much space, reduce it a bit.
  • I use it upside down so that the roughness of the tilted final layer grip on the floor and the smooth side do not damage the door. Having the last part not flat but following the triangular profile may help.