Coat Hook

by dsmith1960, published

Coat Hook by dsmith1960 Nov 17, 2012
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This coat hook will fit new-style cubical walls that are approximately 3" wide with a 1/4" top plate.


This was printed on a Cube printer. No support or raft needed. Builds in a little over an hour. Can be used for hanging your coat, a picture, or Christmas lights.

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I found I had to scale this to the X axis was 115mm which was about 24.75 times larger than it loads in cura and on my astrobox. That fit a 3" cube top perfectly. The PLA bent plenty to allow it to fit securely and it was strong

Thanks for the comment. This was modeled in 'inches' and most compilers, like Cura and Matter Control, are looking for metric. This is an easy scaling solution depending on your software. Glad you were able to get this to scale and print.