Spins in a stable fashion while it doesn't tilt more than a few degrees in the vertical plane.
The fun starts when it does!
This should be a fairly quick print at around 1 hour using a 0.6 mm nozzle.
This is a two part print:
- top.stl must be printed with supports
- bottom.stl can be printed without supports as long as your 3D printer can bridge about 2 centimeters
1. Print both parts
2. Break the supports off the top part
3. Occasionally a fair amount of force is required in order to separate the pin from the sphere. The blade on an exacto knife should do the trick
4. Align the hex base to the hole in the bottom sphere then squeeze the parts together
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