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Beautiful Chunky Bracelet

by aubenc, published

Beautiful Chunky Bracelet by aubenc Jun 1, 2011
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Summary

When you write "looks like a nut" in the description of your thing then somebody can come and "make it a nut"... I simply couldn't resist :-)

This thing is a derivative of Beautiful Chunky Bracelet by tinkerbelle which has been modified using the poor man's screw library by aubenc.

To render (it don't works) or compile (it may take a while) you'll need the library provided in http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:8796.

The angle for the thread should be gentle with the arm but still be a perfectly working nut for a bolt with the right dimensions.

I have not printed this, I would love to see it printed by someone.

Printing tip: Don't be in a hurry. Slow down those wild mm/s and the thread will end up with an outstanding look.

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Download, print, wear.

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Printing now...

...this thread may have ended up too softy.

I'll update in a couple of hours.

Forget what I said before. The thread looks very good.

Two things I regret: not having the build surface perfectly level and not following my own advice, I printed it slightly too fast.

I'll upload some photos later

I favor a different set of instructions:

Download, print, screw.

I just love all the things that happen because of a comment here...

Yeah, no other name could better define this place. This universe takes every little chance to expand!

Sometimes you feel like a nut. :)

sometimes you don't

Challenge complete. Well done! :-P

I plan to upload zip'd stl
&
amp; scad for my tests into http://thingiverse.com/thing:8796thingiverse.com/thing:8796 so other people can try them too. I just need to find a little time...

Poor man's openscad screw library
by aubenc

seems a little nuts to me....

O:-)

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