3D Printed Flexible Tie

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AnetLau
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Summary

This tie was just a fun little personal project. I got the idea after printing
FLOWALISTIK's
chainmail design. The center link I use is based on his while I designed the connectors, edge links, and tie knot.

The 3D Printer I had access to is a .6mm printer so this link size is the smallest I could get but I'm sure if someone wants to modify my .f3d file this tie could be lighter and more flexible with smaller links.

Print Settings
Rafts:
No

Supports:
No

Resolution:
.6mm

Infill:
20%

Notes:
You need to lay the models so that the open part of the connectors are in the air. I found if you don't do this they're too small to adhere to the print bed.

Post-Printing
Each piece has connectors that link to the next piece, just snap them together and glue the tie knot together.


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How I Designed This
I am new to designing in Fusion360. The .f3d file is available for you guys and if there's anything you notice could have been done better I would love to know so feel free to comment.



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