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Sole Roll

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3D model description

Enjoy 3D printed wellness for your feet. Using this during your TV session, in the garden or other beloved places. Without batteries, no maintenance is required. Just print, assemble and wellness.
I like bioplastics so i used PLA for all parts. Which seems to me tough enough for a normal application. The "Massage Roller" has a housing for 608RS bearings. It's optional to use them. If you decide to not use bearings it can be happen that it makes squeezy noise when rolling. This can be avoid by applying a little bit of a non-mineral oil to the Support Shaft's.
Please be aware, once assembled it's very hard to disassemble it again without breaking it.
It take roughly 21 hours to print all parts, the material consumption is around 110g for the minimum requirements.

3D printing settings

IMPORTANT: Printing of all parts together can lead to much more retraction before the print head travels which leads to partially thicker walls. Means that your parts won't fit nicely together. If your slicer support you can adjust the "horizontal size compensation" for around -0.15mm (shrink).
Layer Height 150 microns
Top, Bottom Layers 3, better 5
Perimeters 2, better 3
Infill 20%, better 25%
For PLA i used a temperature of 215°C which bonds the layer much better than lower temperatures.
Nozzle Diameter 0.4mm is required

Bottom Plate, print placed as in the STL file.
Massage Roller, print placed as in the STL file and add supports just from the buildplate with a max angle of 89° that should place the supports only in the housing.
Roller Mounts, print placed as in the STL file, you can add supports
Support Shaft, print placed as in the STL file and enable the brim feature

Upon request i can send you prepared gcode for Prusa i3 MK2S and Generic PLA. Tested a lot for well material strength.

  • 3D file format: STL
  • Last update: 2021/03/15 at 12:49
  • Publication date: 2018/01/21 at 19:30





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The files are really that easy to print, now as the content of the files are oriented you just need to place them. Then follow the print recommendations and use the better option if you're in doubt with strength. All will be turn out well - you will be surprised. If you need further assistance or visual explanations please let me know.

Great, looking forward to try. Thank you for your fast response :-)
Will post pics of print when done.

Adjusted STL files, just place them on your build plate slice it and done. Add supports as described in the print settings.

Hello and thank you for your notice about the missing information. I've added some more detailed information. Please let me know if those impress you more. :) If not i will adjust the STL files so that the orientation is in there. No need for re-orientation then for your convenience. If you have issues please let me know, the design is very easy to print. Just write me here.

Just bought the design, but not impressed by the (partially missing) print and build instructions. Had hoped the doawnload included more details, but alas, no.
What is the recommended print orientation for the parts, especially the rod?
Supports needed?
Please elaborate.

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