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Omas Milord Loose Clip

omas tool 3d printing repair

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#1 billy1380



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Posted 15 April 2017 - 20:46

A while ago I bought an Omas milord. Unfortunately it turned up with a loose clip. Now... this one was special because it had the extra flessible nib... so I decided to hold onto it and fix it somehow. I figured the hex screw inside the cap was the issue but all the 6.5mm tools that I could find, seemed to be too wide to fit in the cap.


Finally I got my 3d printer and put this model together... The clip no longer rattles and I am very pleased with the result.


I thought it might be worth posting the model on here, just incase anyone finds it useful.



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