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Hi,

I'm looking at something to join two parts.

I have an object that I'd like to split and print in two or more part.

Then I had to join these parts...

I'd like to find a tick or a library o a simple advice on how to do to
join these parts.

Thank You in advance,

Oda


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Re: how join two object?

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I created this design in OpenScad based on the pins used in the fairly well known gear cube design
Most of my changes were to make it easier to resize the pins as needed

On Wed, 8 Apr 2020, 17:12 Oda Epo, <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,

I'm looking at something to join two parts.

I have an object that I'd like to split and print in two or more part.

Then I had to join these parts...

I'd like to find a tick or a library o a simple advice on how to do to
join these parts.

Thank You in advance,

Oda


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Re: how join two object?

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You have left your question very vague.  If you mean you have a large object
and want to cut in in pieces to print and then reassemble, then I think
there is a puzzlecut library out there somewhere, and this capability is
also in BOSL2:

https://github.com/revarbat/BOSL2/wiki/partitions.scad



oda wrote

> Hi,
>
> I'm looking at something to join two parts.
>
> I have an object that I'd like to split and print in two or more part.
>
> Then I had to join these parts...
>
> I'd like to find a tick or a library o a simple advice on how to do to
> join these parts.
>
> Thank You in advance,
>
> Oda





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Re: how join two object?

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On 4/8/2020 2:11 PM, Oda Epo wrote:
I'm looking at something to join two parts.

I have an object that I'd like to split and print in two or more part.

Then I had to join these parts...

I'd like to find a tick or a library o a simple advice on how to do to join these parts.

There are important pieces of information that you haven't supplied:
  • How strong does it need to be?
  • Do you need to be able to take it apart?
  • What do the original objects look like?  (e.g. How thick are they?  Do aesthetics matter?)

When I needed to do this, I did two things (which I just described under a different subject):

  • Superglue.  I used a clip module (which intersects with a big cube) to cut the model in half, and then I used hobby-store superglue (BSI medium gap-filling, but I'm sure that's not the only choice) to glue the two pieces of plastic together.
  • A wooden frame around the parts, like a kid's jigsaw puzzle.



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On 4/8/2020 7:23 PM, Jordan Brown wrote:
  • Superglue.  I used a clip module (which intersects with a big cube) to cut the model in half, and then I used hobby-store superglue (BSI medium gap-filling, but I'm sure that's not the only choice) to glue the two pieces of plastic together.

https://bsi-inc.com/index.html

Usually sold through hobby shops with their own label, but they list a number of online dealers.


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how join two object?

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On Wed Apr 08 14:11:53 PDT 2020 [hidden email] said:
>I'm looking at something to join two parts.
>
>I have an object that I'd like to split and print in two or more part.
>
>Then I had to join these parts...

I tend to make a Dovetail joint, seems to work quite well.


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oda
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you have right!
I miss some fact!
I have an object in the wall and I'd like hang other object on it.

For example, A glass, a smartphone holder, a phone holder, a camera holder,... All object joined (once at time) at the same object in the wall.
I can join and detach objects.

A nice solution but not for my case is https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3218332


Thank you in advance for the time you'll spend for answering me!

Rino


Il 09/04/20 04:23, Jordan Brown ha scritto:
On 4/8/2020 2:11 PM, Oda Epo wrote:
I'm looking at something to join two parts.

I have an object that I'd like to split and print in two or more part.

Then I had to join these parts...

I'd like to find a tick or a library o a simple advice on how to do to join these parts.

There are important pieces of information that you haven't supplied:
  • How strong does it need to be?
  • Do you need to be able to take it apart?
  • What do the original objects look like?  (e.g. How thick are they?  Do aesthetics matter?)

When I needed to do this, I did two things (which I just described under a different subject):

  • Superglue.  I used a clip module (which intersects with a big cube) to cut the model in half, and then I used hobby-store superglue (BSI medium gap-filling, but I'm sure that's not the only choice) to glue the two pieces of plastic together.
  • A wooden frame around the parts, like a kid's jigsaw puzzle.



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Re: how join two object?

nophead
Magnets?

On Thu, 9 Apr 2020 at 09:53, Oda Epo <[hidden email]> wrote:

you have right!
I miss some fact!
I have an object in the wall and I'd like hang other object on it.

For example, A glass, a smartphone holder, a phone holder, a camera holder,... All object joined (once at time) at the same object in the wall.
I can join and detach objects.

A nice solution but not for my case is https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3218332


Thank you in advance for the time you'll spend for answering me!

Rino


Il 09/04/20 04:23, Jordan Brown ha scritto:
On 4/8/2020 2:11 PM, Oda Epo wrote:
I'm looking at something to join two parts.

I have an object that I'd like to split and print in two or more part.

Then I had to join these parts...

I'd like to find a tick or a library o a simple advice on how to do to join these parts.

There are important pieces of information that you haven't supplied:
  • How strong does it need to be?
  • Do you need to be able to take it apart?
  • What do the original objects look like?  (e.g. How thick are they?  Do aesthetics matter?)

When I needed to do this, I did two things (which I just described under a different subject):

  • Superglue.  I used a clip module (which intersects with a big cube) to cut the model in half, and then I used hobby-store superglue (BSI medium gap-filling, but I'm sure that's not the only choice) to glue the two pieces of plastic together.
  • A wooden frame around the parts, like a kid's jigsaw puzzle.


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oda
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I found nice solution to Join problem ... but nothing is right for me!

I collect it in https://www.thingiverse.com/odaepo/collections/join

Oda

Il 09/04/20 10:52, Oda Epo ha scritto:

you have right!
I miss some fact!
I have an object in the wall and I'd like hang other object on it.

For example, A glass, a smartphone holder, a phone holder, a camera holder,... All object joined (once at time) at the same object in the wall.
I can join and detach objects.

A nice solution but not for my case is https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3218332


Thank you in advance for the time you'll spend for answering me!

Rino


Il 09/04/20 04:23, Jordan Brown ha scritto:
On 4/8/2020 2:11 PM, Oda Epo wrote:
I'm looking at something to join two parts.

I have an object that I'd like to split and print in two or more part.

Then I had to join these parts...

I'd like to find a tick or a library o a simple advice on how to do to join these parts.

There are important pieces of information that you haven't supplied:
  • How strong does it need to be?
  • Do you need to be able to take it apart?
  • What do the original objects look like?  (e.g. How thick are they?  Do aesthetics matter?)

When I needed to do this, I did two things (which I just described under a different subject):

  • Superglue.  I used a clip module (which intersects with a big cube) to cut the model in half, and then I used hobby-store superglue (BSI medium gap-filling, but I'm sure that's not the only choice) to glue the two pieces of plastic together.
  • A wooden frame around the parts, like a kid's jigsaw puzzle.



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Re: how join two object?

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You'd better send the terminal output so I can have a look at it first.




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oda
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Thank you to all for answering me.

I was lookinf fot this solution: https://github.com/revarbat/BOSL2/wiki/partitions.scad

Thank you to all!

Oda

Il 09/04/20 04:23, Jordan Brown ha scritto:
On 4/8/2020 2:11 PM, Oda Epo wrote:
I'm looking at something to join two parts.

I have an object that I'd like to split and print in two or more part.

Then I had to join these parts...

I'd like to find a tick or a library o a simple advice on how to do to join these parts.

There are important pieces of information that you haven't supplied:
  • How strong does it need to be?
  • Do you need to be able to take it apart?
  • What do the original objects look like?  (e.g. How thick are they?  Do aesthetics matter?)

When I needed to do this, I did two things (which I just described under a different subject):

  • Superglue.  I used a clip module (which intersects with a big cube) to cut the model in half, and then I used hobby-store superglue (BSI medium gap-filling, but I'm sure that's not the only choice) to glue the two pieces of plastic together.
  • A wooden frame around the parts, like a kid's jigsaw puzzle.



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