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Juggling Club Motion in Stainless Steel [message #50889] Fri, 06 July 2012 01:19 UTC Go to next message
avatar henryseg  is currently offline henryseg
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Here is a larger scale version of a previous design (Juggling Club Motion), printed in stainless steel ("antiqued bronze"). It is hollowed out, with holes in the bottom. There's also a large version with thinner walls, suitable for printing in WSF but not stainless steel.

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Re: Juggling Club Motion in Stainless Steel [message #50945 is a reply to message #50889 ] Fri, 06 July 2012 21:03 UTC Go to previous messageGo to next message
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That's impressive!


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Re: Juggling Club Motion in Stainless Steel [message #50993 is a reply to message #50945 ] Sun, 08 July 2012 12:34 UTC Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Wow! Metal is really the right material to give justice to such a great model!
How many steps are there? On the pictures, I count 29. Is that the correct number?


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Re: Juggling Club Motion in Stainless Steel [message #50995 is a reply to message #50993 ] Sun, 08 July 2012 12:57 UTC Go to previous message
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Yes, it came out really nicely! A friend bought it as a wedding gift for a couple of jugglers.

There are 32 steps. No particularly good reason why that exact number, although there was some fiddling around to make sure that they would overlap enough and in good places to be well supported.

 
   
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