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3D model description
Sometimes on our archery practice the nocks jump from the arrow when hitting the target. I usually can't seem to find them nowhere, so i decided to design my on nocks to print them when i lose one.
From the safety point It's always better to buy quality nocks in a store. I only used these in very low power bows.
I've uploaded a Step file of the nock so you guys can change to adapt to your arrow sizes.
3D printing settings
I printed with the following Parameters in Makerware:
0,2 Layer Height
Supports Option ON
- 3D file format: STL
- Publication date: 2019/04/25 at 14:41
Hi my name is Luis and i'm a industrial designer in the molding and tooling industry in Portugal. I started in 3D printing by building the reprap Mendel in my electronic engineering years. Nowadays i'm tinkering with my Felix Tec4 and a Prusa MK3s with MMU2s.
I love 3D printing, the concept of having the part you design in your hands in just a moment is fantastic.
My hobbies are 3Dprinting (of course) and FPV Drone Racing.
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