Have you ever found yourself in need of a ping pong trophy? No? Well me neither. However, my wife needed one for a company party, so she sent me a design, and gave me a few days to complete her "Ping Pong Trophy". The trophy is designed for small spaces with a height of 162mm and base diameter of 68mm.
Designed using Autodesk Fusion 360, sliced using Cura 3.4.1, and printed in Ultimaker Red, Pearl White and Black PLA on an Ultimaker 2+ Extended and an Ultimaker 3 Extended.
The print and assembly process is fairly straightforward so I've included all instructions in one step.
I printed all parts at .15mm layer height, 20% infill and no supports.
I printed two "Ball Half.stl", two "Paddle Face.stl" and one each of "Paddle Handle.stl", "Paddle Center.stl" and "Base.stl".
Once printed, I glued the two "Paddle Face.stl" to "Paddle Center.stl" using eight small dots of cyanoacrylate glue on the flat side of each of the paddle faces. When the glue dried, I glued the assembly into "Paddle Handle.stl" using two small dots of glue. While waiting for the glue to dry, I glued the two "Ball Half.stl" together using four small dots of glue. And when the completed ball has dried, I glued the ball to the paddle face with a large dot of glue, then glued the paddle handle into the hole in "Base.stl" with two small dots of glue.
That's how I printed and assembled Ping Pong Trophy, hope she likes it!
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