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swtchrwr

Enchanted Pumpkin Carriage

by swtchrwr Oct 8, 2016
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Very cool, though I kinda want a 3d printed pumpkin now so it can be around all year! lol

Why is the long bushing and the short one together? I need 2x small and 1 large I dont want to print 2x large if not needed

I split off the short one into it's own file.
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3159437

Single Short Bushing for swtchrwr Enchanted Carriage

could you design some sort of a push on/screw on clamp to hold the 3 pieces together rather than screwing it to a pumkin.?.

I had same problem: My pumpkin was too big. I just used a small piece of wood with 3 screws to link everything together. My pumpkin was basically sitting on the wood. look into my picture.

Why not print the pumpkin too? Nice design!

A ferry godmother huh?

Kurt, this is too cool! Great job, man.

Congratulations to your Success. you Owe it!

nice but it seems to me a bit small in the download. when i downloaded it this was the size of a dime or quarter maybe. other than that it looks very kool man. maybe the headless horseman could be their coach driver. lol. so can you tell me how many to upscale for the size you're doing there? i have a small one about that size i can use.

nice but it seems to me a bit small in the download. when i downloaded it this was the size of a dime or quarter maybe. other than that it looks very kool man. maybe the headless horseman could be their coach driver. lol. so can you tell me how many to upscale for the size you're doing there? i have a small one about that size i can use.

Units are in inches which can cause people problems
25.4 mm = 1 inch so if it looks much smaller than it should be then try scaling by that number.
If it looks about half as small as it should be then try 2.54 - 2.54 cm = 1 inch.

But its really up to you, the size of your pumpkin and size of your print bed. Good Luck

all of your parts are miniature except the front bushing loads as about a foot wide and a foot and a half tall you should fix these files for people some only know how to just load into a slicer and go

You get what you pay for? ok fixed, should be in mm now

It does appear as if parts were uploaded using Inches, instead of MM. I can import them into Tinkercad using Inches and they Import to the size expected.

Very cool idea, excellent design.

A real nice idea and design, thanks for sharing it :-)