Solidoodle doorknob

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Solidoodle doorknob by cmetzel Dec 18, 2012
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Doorknob that fits into opening for Solidoodle 2, intentionally a hair oversize for a press fit, may need to dust off high points if you don't want to press that hard.


I printed at .3mm, no support required.

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I cracked my acrylic door trying it get on.

I broke one clean off but all the rest cracked and where barely held on.
I acetone glued it on though, works great. Thanks again cmetzel.

I had to break 2 teeth to make it go in the hole.
But then it worked great.
It stays there when I pull.
No slack.

Don't feel bad I broke 3 teeth.

Broke the first one trying to see how strong the horizontally bonded plastic would be. Then two more because it wasn't symmetrical and I'm OCD like that.

Does make a great doorknob :)

Yeah you need to hit the high points with a file if it won't go in at first. It's just tight to prevent rattling.