Working - Ball Bearing V3

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Working - Ball Bearing V3 by RenatoT Sep 18, 2014
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Hi All, i changed the design of Ball Bearing to make it working easier.
This version have the sphere cut in the base to prevent the Supports and changed also the tollerance.
Here a youtube vide of this Ball Bearing working:
This is printed without supports.
Made in Cinema 4D

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What units is this modeled in? When viewing it in netfab, it comes out to 4260 diameter
614.75 height. It is obvisously not mm, cm & I can not see how this would relate to inches either.

Hi GeoDave,

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