Tree Ring Holder

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Tree Ring Holder by mihi Jul 3, 2012



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Derivative of http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:23295 for lasercutting. Projection made from stl using openscad and some minor changes due to cutting not printing...


Cut the parts and put them together - easy as cake...

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So the impolite people at Corel have removed DXF capabilities for X7, I'm wondering if you could also upload this to an SVG, CDR, or even AI? Thanks, John

Congrats! I thought you model was one of the best choices for a 3D Printed Christmas gift! I made a link from here: http://3dprintingninja.blogspot.com/2014/12/top-20-free-3d-printed-christmas-gifts.html


I'm really happy you made a lasercut derivative!

Although this model in not intended for commercial use but just personal, so you need to upgrade the copyrights as the original model.

If you wish to use it for commercial use you might re-create your own 3D model based on the same idea and personal design. Thank you!

Great, thank you!

By the way it looks really cool in wood! I'll see to get a cut too.

Did you personally cut it or you got it done by a third party?

I personally cut it, if there's a way of DMing me your address i'll ship you one... It's cardboard though (sort of wood-pulby though) and looks very similar to wood...

Hi Mihi, what thickness of MDF do you use for this ring tree?

It's not MDF it's something called "wood-cardboard" it's cardboard made purely from wood pulp. and it's 3mm thickness. (Looks pretty much like wood though).

Where can you get this type of material? Much like hard-bound book covers? thx

I got it from a local creative supplies/paper store. They do not ship though... I think it's a similar material to hard bound book covers and is basically cardboard made fully out of wood pulp instead of recycled paper... Not very environmentally friendly but nice to work with.