Make #9 - Jingle Bells
by faberdasher, published
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"... Jingle bell rock; Jingle bells swing, and Jingle bells ring; Snowing and blowing up bushels of fun; Now the jingle hop has begun..."
Print out and ring in the Season with these fun little bells! This clever design incorporates a working print-in-place Clapper- way more fun than another whistle ;)
Faberdashery are releasing daily, seasonal designs for you to print and enjoy. Join in the fun with our 25 Days of Making! This is Make #9 of 25.
Slice with 2 shells (/perimeters) and 0% infill. At coarse resolution (0.3mm), you will find prints have extra shimmer (and print quicker!).
Created in stunning Faberdashery Bling Bling Gold PLA^.
Each bell requires ~4g of material (<1m of 3mm / 1.75mm filament). Because of the small features (internal clapper), we suggest printing multiple bells to allow sufficient cooling per layer. A classic Ring-of-Bells plated version is provided. You may need to carefully poke a pin through the sides to release the clapper. Just attach some decorative twine to finish.
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