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Functional 3D-Printed Tape Measure 134

Posted by timothy
from the if-you-don't-smile-you're-doing-it-wrong dept.
First time accepted submitter Trep (366) writes "I thought Slashdot readers might be interested in seeing how my friend is slowly building a 3D printed toolbox. He's created a fully functional tape measure which is 3D printed as a single assembly, to follow up on his 3D printed dial calipers. This is a pretty novel design, with a lot of moving parts that come out of the printer completely assembled!"
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Functional 3D-Printed Tape Measure

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  • Re:meh (Score:0, Interesting)

    by Anonymous Coward on Sunday March 23, 2014 @10:00AM (#46556977)
    You've had decades to go from 1-59. Now we're at the 60, and you're still convinced that we're weeks away from Star Trek. The required ignorance of how the world works is astounding.

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