H960 blank panel clips

quapla quapla at xs4all.nl
Wed Jul 29 04:29:22 CDT 2015

On 2015-07-29 08:24, Vincent Slyngstad wrote:
> From: Pete Turnbull: Tuesday, July 28, 2015 10:58 AM
>> On 28/07/2015 18:22, Vincent Slyngstad wrote:
>>> What do folks think of the idea of thickening the shaft, terminating 
>>> it
>>> in a hemisphere, but then cutting half-way down the result with a Y 
>>> or X
>>> shaped cut?  The cut would hopefully allow the result to flex and 
>>> taper
>>> into the socket,
>>> providing plenty of grip without actually tearing anything up.
>> Just a slit would do, and be much easier to incorporate in a moulded  
>> or machined item.
> I've placed a new design at:
> http://svn.so-much-stuff.com/svn/trunk/3D/rack-bracket/bracket-new.jpg
> http://svn.so-much-stuff.com/svn/trunk/3D/rack-bracket/bracket-new.stl
> http://svn.so-much-stuff.com/svn/trunk/3D/rack-bracket/bracket-new.skp
> The .stl file is in inches, so remember to scale it if you are
> planning to 3D print it!
> For those just following along, the .jpg will be the most useful.
> The SketchUp file is also provided, but unless you're a SketchUp user
> like me, that's actually of little use.  (Do not attempt to cut into
> the spherical sections unless you've done that sort of thing in
> SketchUp before -- it's very hard to get it right.)
> I don't know if the design will work -- will the slit will provide
> enough flexibility, will the post crack, etc.
>    Vince

The new design looks OK to me.
As soon as I have an '.stp' type of file I could forward it to
the Belgian company for an estimate.


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