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Sailor spinner

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3D model description

The "unconventional" spinner series continues. This time I was inspired by the rudder of the old galleons, which we have seen many times in pirate films.
To reduce the thickness, I used eight 6MA nuts, 10 mm. hexagon, and the bearing is, as usual, the standard skateboard 608, 22 mm in diameter. As always, it is not necessary any glue to hold everything together.
I downloaded two versions: one called "SailorSpinner_body", which is much more like a rudder, but needs supports, a bit of post print jobs, and a pretty accurate printer; and a "SailorSpinner_body_easy" that does not need supports and It prints easily.
The lids and the bearing caps are suitable for both models.

3D printing settings

Printer: FlashForge Creator Pro
Design tool: Fusion 360
Slicer: Simplify 3D
Supports: No (for easy version)
Resolution: 0,1
Infill: 50%
Top/bottom solid layers: 5
Outline shells: 5

3D printer file information

  • 3D design format: STL Folder details Close
    • SailorSpinner_body.stl
    • SailorSpinner_body_easy.stl
    • SailorSpinner_caps.stl
    • SailorSpinner_cover.stl
  • Last update: 2017/07/16 at 17:14
  • Publication date: 2017/06/25 at 16:46





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