Sunday, April 23, 2017

Pins and Shuttles

    The Pop-A Bobbin shuttles I have been using come with a pin in it and an extra pin in case you lose one. I got to wondering what would I do if I lost both. Then I looked at the 3D printer. I opened Rhino 3D. I drew a pin. I printed 2. They work! And they only take 10 minutes to make. I just keep finding things to print, and for the most part, they are useful.


Now, can I print a bobbin?

6 comments:

  1. A poor man's solution - eraser ! I cut the long cylindrical pencil eraser to insert into bobbins for my Pony shuttles :-D
    Love how well your pins have fit ! And all the shuttles you have printed - wow.

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  2. Great idea and a solution that works. Bravo

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  3. hey Tim I would like to try some of your machine made shuttle in black and I could sand them down myself how much would you charge my email is tennbrown@gamil.com this is Carollyn :)

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    1. Of course. Any color I have plastic for.

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