The reason for wich I brought up this project is because until now I have only seen one similar project on Instructables.
The idea is to be able to add and exchange different weights and still keep one support for all of them so only one peg is needed to be printed and the weight we need.
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Step 1: Simply Choose!
Simply print out the peg for support and the weight you want.
I printed with
0.1 layer hight
0.4 shell and bottom top thikness
10% fill density
Can be printed very fast
For the peg it is better to print horizotally weith support.
Step 2: Have Fun With It!
Then when the print is finished snap the peg with the weight and have fun spinning.
Participated in the
3D Printing Contest 2016