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Foppapedretti stroller reinforcement

3D printed reinforcement for reducing the tissue wear, it works like a vise, redistributing the weight of the baby legs.

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I had a problem, in the stroller in my possession several times I had to sew the lower part of the leg holders tissue, because it is worn and torn.

I designed this reinforcement to remedy the problem.

The reinforcement it works like a vise, redistributing the weight of the baby legs between upper (thicker) and lower tissue (thinner).

The sources in FreeCAD format are available.

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sla - 990.71 kB - 01/27/2018 at 00:35

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rinforzo_passeggino_foppa_pedretti.fcstd

Reinforcement FreeCAD source

x-extension-fcstd - 161.93 kB - 01/27/2018 at 00:35

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  • 2 × 3D printed reinforcement
  • 6 × M3X20 screw With allen rounded head
  • 12 × Washer for M3 screw

  • 1
    Print two reinforcement

    Print the STL exactly as it appears, vertically. Add 10 mm brim for better stability during print.

  • 2
    Mark the holes

    Remove the legs holder tissue from holder tubes, using the printed reinforcement as a template and mark the holes on legs holder tubes using a permanent marker (upper side only)

  • 3
    Drill the holes

    Drill the holes on marked dot with a 4 mm drill bit (it's designed for use with M3 screws)

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