Massage Rollers

by XSF1, published

Massage Rollers by XSF1 Sep 29, 2012
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Got tired feet? You'll love this!
After trying to roll around a foot massager on the floor, I felt compelled to design my own that doesn't walk around on the carpet.


This is an 8 roll device. It can be expanded on but you'll need to create a bigger housing.
The rollers were printed in halves and glued together with the help of a 1/4" bolt.
Once the glue is setup the rollers can then be stacked together on an all-thread rod that runs through the housing.
2 flat washers were used on the two inside extreme ends for a tight fit.

..and yes it works well!!

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Very cool design. Is the metal part a screw?

Its just a piece of 1/4" all-thread . I used nylon lock nuts with washers on each end.
During the assembly process i glue the halves together independently on the all-thread and clamp it down tight with 2 regular 1/4" nuts until it sets up. Then when each roller is done I stack them on the all-thread and use the 1/4" locknuts.

hope this helps..

Hmm, I'd think the rollers could be printed in whole pieces as long as the spikes remain shallower than 45 degrees.