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Printing a professional fishing lure

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Hello Everyone,

In collaboration with Volkmar Strikkers, Professional dutch fisher we designed, created a fishing lure and tested it to the max!

The key features of the GT popper(fishing lure) had to be:

- Through wire system

- Ridiculously strong

- Floating

 

The last seems very obvious but happened to be not as easy as thought, in combination with the second key feature…

Read here the full article.

http://www.dutchanglers.nl/artikelen/engineering-an-indestructible-gt-popper-english/

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