Clothes pin

by Bagelturf, published

Clothes pin by Bagelturf Jan 1, 2013
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A simple low-poly copy of a wooden clothes pin. Uses the spring from a wooden clothes pin to operate. The idea of this object is to act as a base for other designs that need a gripping action and would like to use clothes pin springs.


Print with one extra shell for strength and a decent amount of infill. You'll need a wooden clothes pin to extract the spring from.

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I love it! All of the basic, useful stuff is the best. Thanks for posting it!

I did that, too. Start with a simple enough design, then change it until it's a monster waiting to eat you up!
Mine looked just like your at one time, now it doesn't: