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A photo of an screw adjustable foot I made for a scientific instrument. No specific thread type or size but the inner diameter of the left hand part is 18mm.

Probably the most satisfying object I have made to date.

PLA with layer height 0.1mm

It seems that PLA has quite a bit of surface friction, so I used a very small amount of grease for smooth operation.

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