Using Fusion 360 to 3D Print Parts to Build a Desk by @DesktopMakes #3DPrinting #3DThursday

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I decided to give it a shot building a steel pipe desk with 3D printed hardware. I bought the steel pipes and a 2′ x 4′ plywood top that I cut down to 20″ wide. The flange brackets are printed in PLA with 20% infill. I brought in the flanges from the Mcmaster-Carr catalog that’s built into Fusion 360 and then slightly modified them to fit the screws I would be using. Enjoy!

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  1. Looks like Fusion 360 is very simple to use and very intuitive tools. Thanks for sharing the video.

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