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MakeBlock Right Angle 3x3

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MakeBlock Right Angle 3x3 by maxjenius Apr 7, 2015
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Thanks for designing this! I made it, and it came out very strong thanks to the diagonal supports. I did find that the beams overlapped ever so slightly at the corner. It's possible that this is due to a scaling issue on my printer, but the holes lined up perfectly so I'm not sure.

Also, the holes are about the size of the threads of the standard makeblock bolts, so they kind of self-tap going through this. That's not ideal since you want to make a strong connection with the beam and hold the bracket in place via compression friction. Plastic threads are a lot less mechanically sound than that.

I'm working on my own version with bigger holes, thicker plates, and with the beams non-overlapping. I don't think that there's a need to exactly duplicate the metal version of this part since if you used these for any opposing corners they would be self-consistent.

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