Parametric coat hanger with pins

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Parametric coat hanger with pins by chriscrewdson Dec 4, 2012
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Wanted to make jsadusk's hanger but with tbuser's pins.
I'm learning my way around OpenSCAD, and this helped.
Eventually I want to make a derivative hanger for my riding pants, so this was a good proof-of-concept.


Snap together with pins!
They're a little tight, so maybe fiddle with the scaling first.

The lower rod overlaps the pin plate a little too much, so I might adjust it at some point.

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Great idea!  I originally tried building the pins into the model and they always broke off along the layers.  Didn't even think to print them on their side separately.  I'll have to make some more hangers now.

Yeah, I've been on a kick of learning OpenSCAD and found tbuser's pins to be a helpful modification to many models.