Last day of christmas holiday. I was thinking about going over material borders. Due to the still quite slow printing speed and expensive 3D-printing-material it defintily makes sense to reduce 3D-printing on connecting parts of for example a bigger structure. this is why i’m currently working on the connection to textile components. On the other 2 pictures you can see an attempt to print extreme thin and lightweight with an additional aluminiumlayer.
yesterday i found some time to develope this small clamp. currently it doesn’t hold anything except it self but at least it works and fits properly. the metalparts are just a normal M5 screw and bolt with an additional 3d-printed key. if you tighten the hexagonal key its impossible to remove the screw from the edding. no use for it, but very impressed that it works…
you can see:
-The 3D-Modell in Rhino-3d (Software)
-The „.iges“ File in Slic3er
-The sliced (an ready to 3D-print) file (with support structure
-The new clamp and
-the use of the clamp
this weekend we’ve had the „Handwerk&Form“ exhibition in Andelsbuch.
-I wrote about my bathtub already earlier.-
So, today i could take a look at all the other projects. Of course i would have prefered the first price… but i’m still happy, being able to participate a contest, starting in the same line with Peter Zumthor (he made a chair). The Handcraft-skills were really impressive (of all the projects!)
-and special thanks to my models – Vera, Andrea and Tobias. looking good
a small device to present your everyday-pictures on a simple way. pay per cm.