Practical Print - Fridge Fix

Nifty

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I especially appreciate his process of showing what did and didn't work for designing the part.
It’s great when a plan comes together like this, because that’s what home 3D printing is all about, making practical things that just work and have fun making them..
Nice one Nifty..:thumbsup

P.S. I use Camera, Photoshop and Illustrator too..
 

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Great fix but can't help thinking it was a human "fail" as in he failed to complain that the fridge doors never properly worked in the first place :) If I had bought an expensive fridge like that I'm afraid I would not have accepted it not working properly, then again maybe we don't know the whole story and he could have bought it for cheap as it was defective.

Just for info the same process can also be done in F360 by taking a pic of the part and then importing into F360 as a sketch background.
 

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Did @The Hat notice the pricey imported Irish butter Kerrygold next to the Coconut Mocha "creamer"?
 
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