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AR15 Skeleton Grips

by zman72 Aug 24, 2017
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The devil loads the weapons and the stupid one unloadssss

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Io save time an material,did you have any problem printing with no supports useing pla,abs,carbon fiber,etc. tks,ken

It is definitely possible to print this part without supports, however I would not recommend it due to the drooping that would occur across some of the gaps. Printing without support may require some sort of post processing to smooth out the undersides of some sections which could make it a longer process than just printing with supports. I have only printed this part personally with PLA.

Simplify 3d seem to be having trouble slicing this, any ideas?

Same here. I repaired the file using https://makeprintable.com/

Thanks for mentioning that! I went ahead and repaired the file and re-uploaded, so all should be good now for future downloads.

Thank you that worked!

I use Cura and never had any problems with this file. I've never used Simplify 3D at all so I'm not sure how to help, sorry.

what orientation do you recommend, and should i print with support material?

I have printed it at shown in the listing image without support, but it is pretty rough on the overhangs. I would definitely recommend using support. You could also print it with the top surface (with the safety detent spring hole) as the bottom.

ok, thanks very much!

I just made this, turned out great :-)

Hello, thanks for the model. Is there anyway that I could get a file that I could edit. I usually design in google sketchup, but I guess I could try and work with any type of file. Thanks

This is a Remix of a file posted at https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2024747
I did my edits off of that STL via DesignSpark Mechanical, so my working file isn't any easier to work with than an STL.

AR-15 Skeleton Grip
by mr2quik

I'm curious, what was changed? It looks identical to the original.

When I printed the original, the safety spring detent hole did not line up with the lower receiver, and the angle of the inside section did not fit properly against the lower.