Mike Rigsby
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Frosty Behind Bars

He led them down the streets of town, right to the traffic cop; and only paused a moment, when he heard him holler, "Stop!"--big mistake!

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Frosty Behind Bars

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Custom parts and enclosures

Complete Cage

3d print at 30% infill with no raft and no supports. Call for filament load at 84% completion and insert Frosty. Resume print and complete.

Cage Bar

This is one bar of the cage. I uploaded this and the base to TinkerCad (sized to 90%) and duplicated the bar (at 45 degree rotation) until I had a complete cage. Then I added a hole (in TinkerCad) to the top for the hook.

Cage Base

Upload to Tinkercad (sized to 90%) and add bars to create cage.

Bar Design

This is the design file for the bar. The angle was set to 35 degrees so that the 3d printer could print the angle without supports.

Base design

This is a cylinder.

Credits

Mike Rigsby

Mike Rigsby

5 projects • 17 followers
I am an author and a maker. Current projects include Santa's Shop and Little Friend (ultracapacitor powered robot) on hackaday.io.

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