Painting support

by siderits, published

Painting support by siderits Aug 4, 2012
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These are simple supports to hold an object for painting or finishing (painter's supports).


Print out 3 or 4 of these and use to them support a projct while spray finishing a surface.

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You beat me to it! I was gonna design some of these. How do these work with such a small base? I planned on making a base with a much larger area (I will use them when staining large pieces of wood), but maybe it's not required to be so big.

Thanks for the positive comments.

They actually work great for larger projects.

The radial design is really strong, you can print solid if you want and you can print out many more for extra support or even "scale" them wider and taller for uneaven surfaces.

Best regards