Decorative, fun and original cat kennel.
Your cat will love to stay in the belly of the fish :)
Combination of two processes: 3D printing and digital milling (3 axes). No gluing is required, just a 6mm Hallen (hexagonal) wrench.
Format of the assembled fish :
Length (overall): 94cm
Width (excluding flipper): 52cm
Height (overall): 57cm
The 3D printed parts are the eyes and knots that allow the assembly of the wooden plates.
There are three types of nodes:
Type 01: To be printed 6 times
Type 02: To be printed 5 times
Type 03: To be printed once
For the assembly of the nodes you will need screws and nuts:
FHC countersunk hexagon socket screw 6x20
Nut HU M6
Milling is the slightly more delicate part that must be done precisely for chamfers and notches.
In the file the different types of milling are arranged by layers. It is important to follow the order of the different milling operations.
45° chamfer to a depth of 7mm.
Pocket (Milling cutter diameter 6mm) machining depth 4.5mm
Internal and external cutting (6mm milling cutter)
Choose a good plywood (7 ply) of 9mm.
I used birch plywood.
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