Cleat 01 - 03
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3D model description
My father needed a little cleat to secure the roof of a DIY pool. We are using the semi flat version but attached are different styles, too.
If you want to manipulate the the clamp I've attached the Fusion 360 and STEP files. This should make it easier for you to play with the "design"
2019/05/23 I've applied a shape optimization simulation to all variations. You can load this rendered shape as a modifier in e.g. Prusa Slicer and you can apply different infills for those areas to stiffen the part. Technique is from CNC Kitchen (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q0YsC53mFvY&t=201s). In this video I show the process with the new UI. https://screencast.autodesk.com/Embed/Timeline/e95bdda6-b4dc-49ba-953a-5e85ff1b5c35
3D printing settings
Infill: 50% - 80%
Supports, Rafts: No
I printed it with a PETG filament and it secures a roof of an little pool
3D printer file information
3D design format: F3D, STEP, and STL Folder details Close
- Publication date: 2019/11/25 at 23:04
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