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georgejpl
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Newbie needs a built

Post by georgejpl » Tue Jan 24, 2017 8:37 am

Hello all

I'm a newbie at this and need help. Willing to pay

My kids have a school project and they are using test tubes.
I need to build a test tube holder that has 35MM (millimeter) inner opening and 33MM depth circle shaped
outer dimensions need to be 50MM by 50MM

Can anyone assist?

ricks01
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Re: Newbie needs a built

Post by ricks01 » Wed Jan 25, 2017 7:09 am

Something like this?

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Re: Newbie needs a built

Post by tel » Wed Jan 25, 2017 10:05 am

If you are new, give Tinkercad a go. It was originally built for school kids so is pretty easy (and its free!) once you have taken a couple of their training modules. After no time you will be able to knock up what you want. All you will need are 2 cylinders, 1 for the 50 x 50 dimensions for the outside and then another that is 33mm diameter that you will put inside the first and make it a hole they have an align tool so you can get it perfectly centred.

Good Luck - you will be surprised how much more enjoyment you will get out of your printer when you are making things yourself. I started with Tinkercad and then moved onto Fusion 360 (also free) which I felt was a good transition path.

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Re: Newbie needs a built

Post by JuanCR » Thu Jan 26, 2017 4:47 pm

Hi georgejpl.
In this link you can download an STL of the tube holder you posted about.
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/hmat6daz6oa6 ... SdT3a?dl=0
Hope it is usefull :-)

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