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Wood Bicycle Fender
thanks for the response. I'm now in serious thought mode and I have everything I need for this.... But time.
That's a great question. My first attempt was my perfect. I had no spring back that I could tell. My second I had a lot of spring back, and that piece I deemed unusable. my third and final attempt I had just a bit, where it came back about an inch(it's the rear fender). The reason I suspect for this is that my first attempt I was able to get my the boards thinner. than in the latter attempts. My suggestion would be to get them as thin as possible, reducing the chance of springback. Steve Ramsey made a picture holder using the same method as me, and he illustrates it perfectly. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3e5vQoeT1uA
looks like fun and I may try this.. A couple questions, 1) when you released the laminated assembly from the clamps after the glued dried, was there any "spring-back" or "expansion" of the fender to try and straighten out some? 2)Or did it remain solidly in the radius in which it was clamped? And 3) if it did spring, how much?
how did you add the magnets ? I am making one now for my girlfriend and that is a great idea to keep it closed !!
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Can you enhance the origami schematic? Did you cut anything? what piece did you paste to the box? how did you fold it? These are questions that need to be answered in order for this instructable to be of any use.
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