Chamfered primitives for OpenSCAD (Also: Wedges)
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A library to create primitives with 45° chamfers in OpenSCAD.
What it does
chamferCylinder can be used to create chamfered versions of the existing
The Chamfers are always at a 45° angle to the ground plane and are printable on Fused deposition modelling (FDM) printers in a good quality.
chamferCylindercan also produce a circular sector (wedge), what the cylinder command cannot
circleSegmentsfunction calculates the amount of segments needed for a certain circle radius, it reproduces a much better quality than $fa and $fs settings
globalCircleQualityvariable can be set to globally override the standard setting of 1.0, but the quality setting in
chamferCylinderstil has precedence over this variable
- Download the library from GitHub
- Unpack it to OpenSCAD\libraries
- Restart OpenSCAD
- Open your console
- Go to OpenSCAD\libraries
git clone https://github.com/SebiTimeWaster/Chamfers-for-OpenSCAD.git
- Restart OpenSCAD
Don't forget to import the library to your script by adding this to the first line:
Please read the documentation in Demo.scad to see how to use it.
These things where built with this library:
Yet Another Bottle Opener (YABO)
YACFS - Yet Another Coin Fidget Spinner (Parameterizable)
Box, Chamfered, Parameterizable, 1.5 mm wall thickness
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Chamfered primitives for OpenSCAD (Also: Wedges) by TimeWaster is licensed under the GNU - GPL license.
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- Remixing or Changing this Thing is allowed.
- Commercial use is allowed.
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