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Screwmeter - Screws mesure tool (obsolete)

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This version is obsolete. I made a new one with many changes. Forget this V1, go to the new one and enjoy !
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Hi friends,

I don't know about you, but I'm unable to evaluate the good size of the small screws I use for my Geetech I3 Pro B. So I decided to make a gadget for that.
There are 2 pieces. One with the scale and the other with holes where screws have to be inserted. Then you slide the second until the screw stops the slider. And you read the size just under.
The slider has 3 holes: 2.5, 3 and 4. You can measure screws from 6mm to 30mm every 2mm. I added too 25mm. It is very easy to use.
I only painted the digits with a marker but you can print cleanly by inserting the M600 code for changing filament juste before the digits.

As I don't know how to post animated gifs on TG, here is a link to see how that works :

I hope you will like it and that it will be useful for you. Feel free to leave a Like or comment. It's always nice and it does not cost much.

Update 04/11/2017: as suggested by J-Max, I added a version with U shape in place of holes. It seems faster. The file is "Screwmeter-porte vis-2.stl". Kenavo ;)

  • 3D file format: STL





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