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March 17, 2016 AT 6:00 am

3D Printed Foam Board 45 Degree Bevel Cutter #3DPrinting #3DThursday

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RcPartsHangar shared this project on Thingiverse

Update 3-15-16: I’ve updated the Bevel Base to version 1.3 with a few minor tweaks; nothing major. I now consider this a finished part and don’t plan on doing anymore updates.

This 45 degree bevel cutter uses standard utility blades and was designed to be used on dollar tree foam board. It works great for cutting bevels for folds and hinges for control surfaces!

This bevel cutter is designed to use 3 M3x10mm screws.

I suggest printing this with 10% infill and 10% support.

If you have any suggestions for tweaks or modifications please let me know!

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