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Set of Miniature Hand Tools for Play/Prop :: TINY TOOLS [PACK #1]

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Set of Miniature Hand Tools for Play/Prop :: TINY TOOLS [PACK #1] 3d model
Set of Miniature Hand Tools for Play/Prop :: TINY TOOLS [PACK #1] 3d model
Set of Miniature Hand Tools for Play/Prop :: TINY TOOLS [PACK #1] 3d model
Set of Miniature Hand Tools for Play/Prop :: TINY TOOLS [PACK #1] 3d model
Set of Miniature Hand Tools for Play/Prop :: TINY TOOLS [PACK #1] 3d model
This model is restricted by licensing terms. 
24 Likes23 DownloadsMay 21, 2024
This model is restricted by licensing terms. 

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Get A Perfect Fit

Whether you prefer to glue the pieces together or desire snap-fit snugness, you may need to make some minor adjustments to get that perfect fit that you're looking for. My preferred method for doing this is using 'X/Y Contour Compensation' / 'Horizontal Expansion', depending on your slicer. This setting allows you to increase or decrease the width of a model along the X and Y axes by a given amount. Entering a positive value will thicken the model, while a negative value will shrink it inward. As an example specific to this design: if the slotted driver tip is slightly loose, simply increase the width of the model by entering the desired amount of growth (i.e. [0.1mm]) and print a new, better fitting one.


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  Another series of models inspired by my son, who loves to help fix things around the house...or do anything construction related, really!

Designed for playtime or prop use, this set of miniature hand tools includes the fundamentals every little handyman needs in their toolkit - a hammer and a couple of screwdrivers. The two driver tips, Phillips (+) and Slotted (-), are interchangeable with the screwdriver handle and can easily be swapped out at any time. Simply print another one if multiples are desired. While the handle of the hammer must be printed as is, the hammer head can actually be printed in 2 different orientations.  


  All the pieces needed to print the hand tools shown in the picture are included:

  • 1 Hammer handle
  • 1 Head for hammer
  • 1 Phillips driver tip
  • 1 Slotted driver tip
  • 1 Screwdriver handle

That's everything you need to print your very own Tiny Tools toolkit!  


Please enjoy & feel free to reach out with any questions, comments, or suggestions.

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24 Likes23 DownloadsMay 21, 2024




This model is restricted by licensing terms. 
24 Likes23 DownloadsMay 21, 2024
This model is restricted by licensing terms. 

Projects

Get A Perfect Fit

Get A Perfect Fit

Whether you prefer to glue the pieces together or desire snap-fit snugness, you may need to make some minor adjustments to get that perfect fit that you're looking for. My preferred method for doing this is using 'X/Y Contour Compensation' / 'Horizontal Expansion', depending on your slicer. This setting allows you to increase or decrease the width of a model along the X and Y axes by a given amount. Entering a positive value will thicken the model, while a negative value will shrink it inward. As an example specific to this design: if the slotted driver tip is slightly loose, simply increase the width of the model by entering the desired amount of growth (i.e. [0.1mm]) and print a new, better fitting one.