Another 3d printing resource

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Im looking to design some new cages, wonder if anyone has some design ideas for me, could maybe sketch something and i can see about designing, maybe sharing a prototype?
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An affordable version of the articulating cage would be interesting. Though I don't know whether "3d printing" lends itself to "moving parts", you might need metal pins for that.

Edit: This is a very expensive and beautiful articulating cage: https://twitter.com/steelwerks/status/8 ... 9412218880
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Here is the style I currently printed and am wearing
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So I experimented with TPU filament which is flexible and soft. This is a game changer for me, as I am already wearing a cage with the ring printed in TPU, being soft, I adjusted the thickness where it rides the pin then when I put the cage on the pin and insert the lock it actually squashes the ring and everything stays really tight with no gaps and zero chance of creating a pinch point while wearing. I actually had a 4th piece designed for this (an anti pullout ring), but with stiffer materials it pinched, I will have to print my longer pin and a different cage with a thinner flange and my anti pullout ring printed in flexible. Pictures coming this weekend after I print and try it out!
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