This was originally going to be a key chain but when my wife saw it she said it would be a great necklace. If I had a 3D printer I'd show you what it would look with a chain through that hole, finished. It is suppose to hang from the one side but that may turn out to be not so appealing. In that case I could easily create a hole on the other side so it will hang level.
If it was scaled down a little bit it could be used as matching earrings!
Is there any Utes fans out there with a 3D printer that is interested in this? I have ideas for other necklaces, rings, bracelets, use the printer to make a mold to make castings (Is that possible)
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Use "Line" to make the U.
Under "Model" tab use "Boundary Patch" to join all the lines together
Under the "Model" tab use the "Extrude" tool to turn the 2D outline into a 3D block
Click "Create 2D sketch" then select the top left outside edge of the U as the plane.
Create rectangler box using the "Line" function
Under the "Model" tab use "Revolve" function.
Select the rectangle from Step 4 as the "Profile". Then select the line on the top corner of the U as the "Axis".
Select -Full- and select to "Cut" creating a hole in the top left block of the U.
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