Rostock Kossel Rod Assembly Frame

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Rostock Kossel Rod Assembly Frame by goopyplastic Dec 10, 2012
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You can use these end pieces as a jig for gluing up connecting rods for the Rostock Kossel and other deltas.


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Hi What is the measure ID (inner diameter) and OD (outside diameter) of the tubes used in the video?

If I remember correctly... I.D.": 0.270" http://O.D.mmO.D.mm:8.74mm and I.D.": .153" O.D mm: 5.84mm

Is the bottom of the mounting tab in line with the centre of the middle pin? If so, this would make setting up the centre to centre dimension a breeze when mounting them on a surface.

Hell of an example and explanation. Going to have to set this up myself.. Im wondering if aluminum arrow cut down would be worth the effort.....