Heart Gear Pins

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Heart Gear Pins by HappyDemon527 Oct 6, 2012
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The original were a little too big in diamater, so i readjusted them and they snap into place perfect.


Slice, then print. Each stl is only one pin so you might need to duplicate during slice if your using slic3r.

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This can also be scaled using openscad's import_stl() and scale() functions:


module pin1(){
scale([0.9,1,1])import_stl("HeartGear_Pins_Large.stl", convexity=2);

Very useful. I actually had to scale these by 90% in x using netfabb to get everything to fit tightly, but it was good to have them as a starting point.

Blame your inaccurate interior perimeters on the pins... for shame!

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