Beach Umbrella Patio Ring Adapter Thingie

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Beach Umbrella Patio Ring Adapter Thingie by ArtLabKY Jun 18, 2012
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An adapter to put in the glass hole in your patio table so smaller beach umbrella can fit in them without wigglin' all about.

First thing I've made for a purpose, just got into 3D (not to mention, 3D printing!) so thanks to Mere & Lochemage for telling me where I screwed up.


100 infill, 2 shells, ext. supports. 230 temp extrusion with my tan ABS.

Make sure to use a caliper to measure your own patio hole in at least 3 different places. Most glass cuts aren't that perfect.

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The free version is all you need to slice, visualize, and export to gcode. You only need to purchase it if you want support for dual extruders, and a few other misc options (which you shouldn't).

I read here that Repetier Host can be used as a gcode viewer. I haven't tried it yet.


Have you tried netfabb engine? It can import stl and visualise the layers for you.

Also, it van point out if the mesh is non-manifold, or has holes.

Hope it helped! :)

Thanks for the suggestion! That was a very simple installer and I got to see that I had a reversed face. New version is printing; if it works, I'll re-upload with the fixed versions :D

Reversing fixed my first version, but after adjusting for size
amp; width for strength, it sealed again. :/

taking a look at your stl, I can see faces inside of the geometry that shouldn't be there.

I've uploaded a picture that has highlighted all of the faces that should be deleted.

Thanks! I will be printing this guy again in the morning looks like it :)