I would like to make a duplicate of the wonderful toy. Is it possible to get the files you used? Thank you.
I would like to build this for my preschool class. I'm a beginner at 3D printing, and have some questions:What are the dimensions of the drill guide? The file loads in my slicer and is very small. Measurements off the "View in 3D" feature also seem too small.Do I need to add internal supports for the negative space in the fixtures and drill guide?Any other obvious things I'm missing?Thanks for your help.
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I'm the same - sewing machines baffle me. I'm going to try an experiment with using hand set rivets to support a large grid, that may be a possibility.
That sounds really neat. I think I would try heavy canvas or leather as a backer.
Thin plywood keeps the weight down, and gives it structural rigidity for the grid. But I do think there's lots of room for improvement and variation.
I agree but I can't take credit. I'm extending the ideas of others, just making my own modifications.
Weight isn't really an issue for me, most of mine go intro tool drawers. You would need a pretty strong metal frame to support the grid.
Lots of internet searching, plus a visit to the local fabric store.
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