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    Default Need STL Claw and Ball or Paw and Ball

    I need an STL version of a Claw and Ball chair foot. A lion paw would also work. I don't have STL importer yet but finally have the funds to get it. My kids got together and funded my purchase of the Rotary Jig for my 76th birthday. I am still working on designing the Throne for someone. I got the Lion (same as the 2.0 logo) successfully wrapped around the top of the front leg. Now I need the foot. The flat Claw and Ball from the pattern store won't work for rotary. I really can't find many useful STL files. When I have time I will have to go back and finish learning Blender.
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    Clint, I don't know if either of these will fit your need, but here they are to try if you want.

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    Thanks Ed, they look great.
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    Here is a better lion I have carved. and a eagle claw
    don't remember where I got em but I did not buy em
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    Thanks, those are also great - decisions, decisions. BTW, do you have any advice an where to look for good STLs like these?
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    Clint, The ones that I posted came from: http://www.osbornewood.com/cad-drawings.cfm


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    Ed, Thanx for posting that page, I had used it a couple of years ago but lost it, duh, and could not come up with it again. Much appreciated, thanx again!!! Rog
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    Quote Originally Posted by cestout View Post
    Thanks, those are also great - decisions, decisions. BTW, do you have any advice an where to look for good STLs like these?
    Clint
    I think the blue one came from thingiverse. Grabcad is another one.
    There are lots of em out there but some have to be loaded into sketch up (also another source) or something to convert to stl.

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    I have the PD2 and when I try to bring up either files I get the message Invalid Public Key Security Object file and inside the block it states, " Certified Trust list". What does this mean?

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    The blue one won't open in STL converter (corrupted or incomplete file) but will open in Blender. I re-downloaded it directly from thingeverse with no change. Any suggestions - I like the object. The Lion worked fine.
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