Source link: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4817590
Model made by @abby575 and found on Thingiverse.
In Japan, there is a kind of cat house made of straw called “Neko Chigura.” It is a folk craft. I thought it would be interesting to make this with a 3D printer, and after some trial and error, finally completed a geodesic dome type of cat house.
The inner diameter is designed to be 400mm (~ 15.75 inches), so a cushion of this size fits exactly.
1) A total of 129 panels are required.
The number of pieces required for each panel type is as follows:
・ Panel_1: 69 pcs
・ Panel_2: 35 pcs
・ Panel_3: 5 pcs
・ Panel_4: 5 pcs
・ Panel_5: 5 pcs
・ Panel_6: 5 pcs
・ Panel_7: 5 pcs
2) Use 102 zip ties.
I used zip ties with a fixed width of 3.6mm (~ 0.142 inches). Because it’s awkward to work with a short zip tie, I used zip ties of length 200mm (~ 7.87 inches).
3) By referring to the pictures and matching the letters of the alphabet, you can enjoy assembling it like a puzzle.
My Print Settings
Printer: Snapmaker A250
Resolution: 0.2 mm
Infill: 15 %
Notes: Use your favorite filament. I used a transparent filament, and made the infill into a honeycomb.
The source was released on January 27, 2022
I thought it would be fun to see whatever remixes people come up with, so I’m releasing the source for the Geodesic Dome Cat House. This dome was created with Autodesk Fusion 360. If you like it, please feel free to tip me!
In Japan, there is a kind of cat house made of straw called “Neko
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