Mechanical jewellery

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Description:
I have two 3d ring designs with a moving part. I would like the rings to be printed in steel and assembled after printing manually such that the moving part is inserted easily in the ring. Manual assembly can involve a lock, a latch, or screw mechanism that snaps the ring together never to come apart. The rings will be printed on shapeways.com.
Wants:
1. The files produced must be in STL form to be uploaded to shapeways but also must be in dx form to be viewed with 123D software.
2. The rings must follow the guidelines on the website for steel material. https://www.shapeways.com/materials/steel.
3. The design of both ring and moving part must pass through the testing of shapeways and splicing software.
4. You may enlarge the moving part if it lends itself to better printing or post processing.
5. All parts must fit AFTER processing.
Don't Wants:
a)A complete departure from the original design.
b) Rings should not be easily disassembled, i.e. it should lock into place.
Ask for Sample:
Please submit a sample for evaluation, SVG , STL .dx files (123D)
Software:
  1. Must be viewable and editable with 123D autocad

Entries

1st Winner
#7 Snap Together Mechanical Ring by Ryanv777
I hope this meets your expectations! See my private message for more details.
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Jul 4, 2016 15:35
#4 Pear ring by John Paulo
Here it is the Pear.
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Jul 1, 2016 0:03
#5 Mech Ring by John Paulo
The Revise
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Jul 1, 2016 0:04
#1 mechanical ring by elmasry
Please rate this entry and feel free to ask for edit anything
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Jun 8, 2016 13:41
#2 ring2 by elmasry
There my entry hope it pleases you
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Jun 15, 2016 17:23
#3 Express your mode by Bacem Jarraya
by turning the mouth you change from smiling to sad face
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Jun 26, 2016 23:36
#6 Cincin Mekanik by Ridwan Sept
"Cincin Mekanik"
I hope this is meet with your requirements.
All The Best,
Ridwan S
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Jul 1, 2016 15:03

Discussion

DD

Buyer

Thu, 30 Jun 2016 20:43:36 +0000
Hi, the attachments are viewable and available on the same page.
Wed, 29 Jun 2016 14:25:22 +0000
Hello, why I can not see the attachments? Thank you.

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