Hi Vis Bolt Jacket for M8 Cap Head

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Hi Vis Bolt Jacket for M8 Cap Head by bathrobotics Feb 6, 2015
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Hi Vis Bolt Jacket for M8 Cap Head

Ok, here are the V3 files, less material, print upside down and enjoy. Fit better too!!!!!


These are often Bolted into the floor and difficult to see agaisnt the steel plate they are on.

To remove the tripping hazard I've started to print these Hi-Visibilty jackets to go under / over / whatever.

They are now visible in your periphery vision making the Health and Safety of the lab a safer place.

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I've made one and it needs opening in the hole and making hollow.

Please adjust scale on your print software.

Also very thin fill to counteract the large unnecessary volume.

I'll re edit these on Monday lunchtime as they are on ProE native formats.