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Found 6 results

  1. urbantackle

    Cyber Rat

    Designed in CAD and then 3D printed with UV resin. Cyber Rat is a topwater walk the dog lure with two treble hooks and a screw on tail mount that fits most plastic worms.

    © IW

  2. My 3d printed popper. 11 centimeters long and 20 grams in weight. The design is mine, made in Blender and Tinkercad, and printed in PLA. Twisted wire eyes for the line tie and hook hangers. This is still an experiment, so I still have to work on sealing, painting, and clearcoating. Also want to test and find out its breaking point, so this won't be intact for long. Will update when finished. Edit: The lure failed under a load of 16 kilograms (35.2 lbs). However, the failure occurred along a weak line, an incompletely fused layer, and so I assume that with a good print, the lure will be able to handle another 2 to 3 kilograms.
  3. Front view of 3d printed popper
  4. howdy yall! I was talking with a guy I work with about a mold I cut on my CNC mill at work. The mold was a tail for a cast swim bait, it turned out great! so I was wondering why not just print on my 3D printer! I did a few quick designs and printed them out. It works GREAT!! you can go from design to water in a day! I have attached a few pics, the aluminum tail mold and then one of a jig body (black mold) and the other (white mold) is a tail i am going to use on a crank bait I'm making. Let me know what yall think!
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