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DjSplitterPro

OPEN SOURCE HARDWARE RING

by DjSplitterPro Jun 9, 2014
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Hola... soy nuevo en estoy y la verdad por lo poco que vi estoy fascinado. Me podrian decir con que configuracion se impime este anillo... desde les agradezco cualquier aporte...

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which program you design it?

I, too, am curious what size it is.

The inner diameter is 19 mm but with any 3D software you can scale it to any size you want.

You're amazing DJSplitterPro!

What size is the ring?

The inner diameter is 19 mm but with any 3D software you can scale it to any size you want.

SENSORICA represent !)
Oui Share

The OSHWA have some Best Practices for Open-Source Hardware, they can be found here http://www.oshwa.org/sharing-best-practices/. Well worth reading if you are interested in Open Source Hardware. There's lots of other good material at that site as well.

Funny, it is called "Open Source Hardware Ring", and uses the OSHWA logo, but it does not have an Open Source license! http://www.oshwa.org/2014/05/21/cc-oshw/

Even more ironic!

It's ironic that I can not attribute the creative commons license that I want. ;)

There are six Open Source license options available - surely one of those is suitable?

...no comment...:))

Could you make a 50/50 split version for aluminum or steel sand casting?

You are better off printing the model and post print finishing it and then casting your moulds from that :)

Ironic, that being posted here on Makerbot controlled thingiverse.

Yes, It's ironic... contradictions of modern times ;)