Zippo Case Pattern with 3D Printed Leather Mold PDF Pattern
Leather Zippo Case Pattern with 3D Printed Leather Mold PDF Pattern + STL Files
This package contains the PDF for the Zippo case pattern, STL files for the 3D printed leather molds and a detailed tutorial for how to make them.
💡 With 3D molding technique you can obtain consistent, perfect results every time. With 3D molds you can obtain high end product finish with little or no experience in leatherwork.
The STL files contain molds for 2.0-3.5 mm (5-9 oz) leather thickness.
▶ 2.0-2.4 mm (5-6 oz)
▶ 2.3-2.7 mm (6-7 oz)
▶ 2.6-3 mm (6.5-7.5 oz)
▶ 3.0-3.5 mm (7.5-9 oz)
💡 If you intend to reuse the mold for many projects, I recommend printing at 100% infill.
💡 If you want to use it for a project, we recommend still going for at least 25% infill + 8 layers thickness for the walls.
⚠️ Protect the mold when using it with woodworking clamps.
💡 Please watch the video as well. For this project it is mandatory.
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ABOUT ZIPPO CASE PATTERN
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scraps of 2.8 mm (7 oz) vegetable tanned leather
1 mm waxed polyester thread
1 Sam Browne stud
1 x 20 D-ring
edge beveler (optional)
1.5 mm hollow punch
(access to) 3D printer for STL files
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