Stick Bomb Fixture

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Stick Bomb Fixture by scorch Nov 6, 2015
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This is a fixture for adding in the construction of stick bombs using tongue depressors.

I made a short video showing how to use the fixture and the resulting stick bomb.

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I found a problem. In the openSCAD file, when i delete the *in after the value for the thickness of the stick to use millimeters, when I put in 2 for 2mm, it printed with a thickness of 3mm.

There is a built in clearance of 0.02 inches on each side of the stick so if you want to specify the exact height of the slot you will need to edit the code to remove the built in clearance or specify a height 0.04 inches (1.016 mm) less than what you want.

Ok thank you!

Really Awesome
How long did it take you to do the " more sticks " ?
Thanks for sharing

I would guess between 5 and 10 minutes. Setup is pretty quick once you get into a groove. The hardest part was getting the pattern started. That is why I made the fixture. Now getting started is no problem.