supergyroscopic relaxing keyring - 8 rings !

by gianfranco, published

supergyroscopic relaxing keyring - 8 rings ! by gianfranco Jan 27, 2017


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A new super version of gyroscopic keyring with 8 ( ! ) rings, rotating freely in any direction and inseparable !!
Gently move the rings if you want to relax !!!
The external diameter is 7 cm.
The rings design is completely new.
Printed without brim.

Have a look to my
" the blossoming flower keychain " at https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2384745
" The blossoming flower 2 " ( second photo ) at http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2310167
and " the blossoming flower 1 " ( third photo ) at http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2290058

Have a look to my other gyro Keyrings

Have you seen my small lights ? Look at the collection " My small lights collection " at http://www.thingiverse.com/gianfranco/collections/my-small-lights-collection

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hey i love this. could you make one with 12 rings please :)

I have designed and printed one with 10 rings, but it is not satisfactory. There are problems of geometrical and constructive constraints, that can be managed only increasing too much the dimension of the thing. I will work again....

no, it does not need support.. You shold print it just as it is in the photo of the model ( the last one )

Does it need supports? and do I print it upsidedown or rightside up? Because on Cura, looking underneath it, it shows red areas

Used this as a test print for a new V6/Titan combo and it printed really well. Great little model. I printed it at 50%.

love it better than the others I tried to remake this to one without a keying loop but my pcs specs wont allow that. also a recommendation for you to make Is a gyro fidget toy that would be cool