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Fish Bone Wall Hanger

by HEJHEJ, published

Fish Bone Wall Hanger by HEJHEJ Jan 24, 2014

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A wall hanger for children.

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Printed on a Makerbot 2 with standard resolution settings.

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What size screws does this use?

You can paint it with epoxy to get it shiny

I made a Time-Lapse video of this print. Check it out at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lQhga6FmQQs

Great print, love this thing.

could you make head and the tail shell?

This is awesome! It came out well on Rep 2 with standard quality and no scaffolding or rafting.

I really like this model a lot!

any chance we can get an edited version with a flat eye ? could use a googly eye then :)

I remixed this thing and did exactly that: A Flat Eye
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:240607http://www.thingiverse.com/thi...

Fish Bone Wall Hanger - with Flat Eye

A googly eye would not move if it's bolted to the wall but might still look cute.

How did you get it so ridiculously shiny?

I thought it was fairly obvious that it was a rendering? :)

I think the "shiny" pictures are just renders from CAD program rather than actual product pictures however you can achieve similar results using some solvent vapour bath - look up here on thingiverse - there is a few project about that.

Love this! Great work!

Thanks!

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