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aluminum beam 20mm x20mm x 120mm

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aluminum beam 20mm x20mm x 120mm by lancedesignlab Jun 28, 2014
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a tested printing picture of aluminum beam 20mm x20mm x 23.5mm

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stl model 10x big than announced.

module Boltspace(height)
{
union()
{
translate([0,0,0])
color([0.5,0.5,0])
cylinder(height,r=2.5,center=true, $fn=60);
translate([-2.5,0,-height/2])
color([0.5,0,0.5])
cube([5,10,height]);
}
}
module Bolthole(height)
{
union()
{
translate([0,0,0])
color([0.5,0.5,1])
cylinder(height,r=17,center=true);
translate([-25,0,0])
color([0.5,0.5,0])
rotate(270)
Boltspace(height);
translate([25,0,0])
color([0.5,0.5,0])
rotate(90)
Boltspace(height);
translate([0,25,0])
color([0.5,0.5,0])
rotate(180)
Boltspace(height);
translate([0,-25,0])
color([0.5,0.5,0])
rotate(0)
Boltspace(height);
}
}
module Roundedge(height)
{
difference()
{
translate([0,0,0])
color([0.5,0.5,0])
cylinder(height,r=50,center=true);
translate([-30,-50,-height/2])
color([0.5,0,0])
cube([600,600,height]);
}
}
module Space1(height)
{
union()
{
translate([12.8,0,0])
color([0,0.5,0])
Roundedge(height);
translate([-17.25,-40,-height/2])
color([0,0.5,0])
cube([34.5,80,height]); //main area
translate([17.25,-22.5,-height/2])
color([0.5,0.5,0])
cube([18,43,height]);
}
}
module Beamoutlook(height)
{
minkowski()
{
translate([0,0,-height/2])
color([0.75,0.5,0])
cube([190,190,height]);
translate([0,0,-height/2])
color([0,0.5,0.5])
cylinder(height,r=5);
}
}
module Lancebeam(length) //(width,length,height)
{
difference()
{
translate([-95,-95,0]) Beamoutlook(length);
translate([0,0,0]) rotate([0,0,45]) Bolthole(length2); //center bolthole
translate([-70,-70,0]) rotate([0,0,45]) Bolthole(length
2);
translate([-70,70,0]) rotate([0,0,45]) Bolthole(length2);
translate([70,70,0]) rotate([0,0,45]) Bolthole(length
2);
translate([70,-70,0]) rotate([0,0,45]) Bolthole(length2);
translate([64.8, 0, 0]) rotate([0,0,0]) Space1(length
2);
translate([-64.8, 0, 0]) rotate([0,0,180]) Space1(length2);
translate([0,64.8, 0]) rotate([0,0,90]) Space1(length
2);
translate([0,-64.8, 0]) rotate([0,0,270]) Space1(length*2);
}
}
translate([0,0,12]) scale(0.1,0.1,0.1) Lancebeam(120);

Sorry, It was a 120mm beam, I was wrong.

Thanks dude, but there is no problem on my printer, the photos updated.

the file in your downloads way bigger than 20mm x 20mm x200mm.
when I scale it down to only 10% it comes to 20 mm x 20 mm x120 mm.

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