Screw and Nut

by YSoft_be3D, published

Screw and Nut by YSoft_be3D Jul 7, 2014
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screw and nut 12cm tall

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Printed screw at 30% and nut at 31%; came out snugly (good fit). Might extrude too much plastic.

Hi, those printed great and fitted nicely together! Did you make the thread angle of the nut and the bolt different on purpose?

your would usually make the nut and the bolt fit the same size spanner. XD

Hi, models were created in inventor, details and loose finished in 3D max.

Hi. Which program you use to create screw and nut?