Replicator foot pad reworked

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Replicator foot pad reworked by thecharacterg Dec 31, 2012
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I thank that he left the openScad file, since it seems that It didn't work to well for me. So I built it up a bit bigger.
The measurements are great, and the openScad was clear and easy to change.


This is a rework derivative of Replicator foot pad

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For some reason, these fit perfect on the front of the replicator1 but not at all on the back?

Don't fit as in too loose or the slots too narrow? Or don't fit as in the corner configuration is completely different?

If just a size issue, there's probably a slight thickness difference in the plywood - you'll need to adjust the .scad file appropriately.

I think the back piece of plywood is just a little thicker than the front piece, so while the foots fit tightly in the front they don't fit at all in the back.

I printed all 4 pieces with 1 shell and 30% fill with filament diameter not too far off calibration.

I am sure it's going to be something simple, as you might have noticed, I didn't change much of your design.

I have them on all four corners of my replicator, with out issue. So I don't know what the issue would be with your prints.