Games Workshop paint holder for peg board
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This is a holder for Games Workshops current paintpots, but will also hold P3 paints. The back pegs are designed for a pegboard with a .25 in gap between holes and a 6mm hole. On the back there is a larger raised area at the base of each peg this is so a 1.54mm thick magnet can be glued in place to help keep the bracket flush to the metal pegboard.
Flaws in my design, this makes for a tight fit when you have a bunch of these on a peg board, I have smaller hands so it isnt a problem for me but the amount of space between racks might need to be increased for p3 paint pots or if you have thicker fingers. Second, the pegs might be a bit too big, its kind of a tight fit but I got them into the peg board no problem.
Keep in mind I've had my printer for three weeks at the time of this posting and learned fusion 360 to make it, Im sure there are a large number of ways to improve this thing.
I dont plan on making an edit to this for dropper paints, a entire new bracket needs to be designed for them to make it space efficient.
I used a raft to make sure it all stayed flat , but supports are a must.
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20% but Im guessing 10 would be fine.
Im new at all this so Im sure there are better settings.
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