Customizable Trig Bracelet
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Create and customize a bracelet using the power of trigonometry. Take that, precalculus students who ask "when are we ever gonna use this?"!
Use the Customizer to design a bracelet that fits your unique size and style. This file is the master code that built the following previous models:
With this more general code you can do much more, including making oval instead of round bracelets, open wrap bracelets instead of circular bangles, and many additional trigonometric and design variations.
Read about the math and code at Hacktastic:
Demo (no sound) of using the parameters in the OpenSCAD code: http://youtu.be/754LH2s1IW8
Hacktastic blog: www.mathgrrl.com/hacktastic
Shapeways geekhaus store: www.shapeways.com/shops/mathgrrl
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