Weight for Me - Customizeable Weights

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Weight for Me - Customizeable Weights by dsnettleton Feb 13, 2013

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Customizeable, fillable weights!
Print your own weight set, and fill with water, sand, pennies, or lead shot. Designed to be printable on any printer with a 6"x6" bed. Height requirements may vary.
Note: The weights are not compensated for the weight of the plastic, which can change with infill and printing material. Fill accordingly.


  1. Click the button labeled "Open in Customizer."
  2. Select a fill material (water, sand, pennies, or lead shot)
  3. Select a weight type (dumbell or kettle)
  4. Choose your weight (in pounds or kilograms)
  5. Select your export mode for printing
  6. Print while drinking protein shake
  7. Fill the weight container with your chosen material
  8. Screw the container onto the handle
  9. Pump iron (or water, pennies, etc.)

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Has anyone printed these? If so, what settings were used (infill, layer height, etc.). Does the 90 degree angle on the inside of the weight require support?

just to let you know the screw on cap for the kettle style weight is backward so it wont screw on...can you fix that

How much weight do you think the PLA can handle ?
My bowflex (52.5 lbs) is getting too light. Do you think 75 lbs is possible?

bow flex sells extra weight or pipes. mines goes to like 300+ on each side now

I don't know. I can't think of any way to be sure other than to test it out. They'd wind up being fairly large weights, in any case. Even if they're filled with lead shot. I would venture to say that the PLA (or even ABS) would be fairly stressed under the load. You might want to consider taulman 618 nylon. http://www.taulman3d.com/http://www.taulman3d.com/ That stuff is pretty tough.

Mmm, I could always use another set of kettlebells, but I'm debating between using my amazon prime membership for the free shipping, or printing a pair of kettlebells. And with my RostockMAX in the mail, I'll be able to build large ones.... wonder how the plastic will hold up to the weight....

This is awesome. I was just thinking about printing my own weights yesterday :D