Ski Pulk 2015

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Printed parts used in a ski pulk. All parts were printed in polycarbonate, nylon, or PET. This design uses a Paris Expedition Sled, 65″ epoxy poles from Tap Plastics, a 6mm rope, an Osprey Hip Belt, and 1inch x 1mm webbing. I’ve been using various versions of this pulk for a few years and make a few changes each winter. Then fins and brake are only needed for steep slopes and traverses. They’re 3mm thick and designed to be printed with a 1.2mm nozzle, 1.5mm extrusion width, in vase mode.

Release date: May 28, 2015
Last updated: July 3, 2018
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