ScribbleJ is getting married!
As I've never been one to wear jewelry, I have no idea what my ring size might be. You can measure it with a string or something, but that's a horrible method since rings are far more rigid and regular...
You can go to a jeweler, but since I fully intend to buy the rings online from e.g. Amazon, bothering some salesperson for a sizing seems dishonest -- and of course dealing with salespeople is it's own special hell.
So I thought I'd whip up a quick OpenSCAD script to print simple rings in a few sizes, you can try them on and find out what fits right.
Not a WIP - but I'll post photos after I've printed some.
- Load up the .scad file in OpenSCAD.
It's well-documented, but here's a copy of the parametric settings so you can see what's involved without downloading it:
// set ring_w to width of ring.
ring_w = 8;
// ring_thick = radius of ring
ring_thick = 2;
// num_rings = how many rings to print
num_rings = 5;
// print_sizes = array of the ring sizes you want printed
print_sizes = [6, 6.5, 7, 7.5, 8];
// Spacing of rings
rings_per_row = 3;
ring_space = 25;