I think it, i tinker it, i make it!
3D printed reinforcement for reducing the tissue wear, it works like a vise, redistributing the weight of the baby legs between upper (thicker) and lower tissue (thinner).
I had a problem, in the stroller in my possession several times I had to sew the lower part of the leg holders tissue, because it is worn and torn.
I designed this reinforcement to remedy the problem.
The reinforcement it works like a vise, redistributing the weight of the baby legs between upper (thicker) and lower tissue (thinner).
The sources in FreeCAD format are available.
I have printed the object exactly as it appears in the STL file, i have printed with 10 mm brim.
Remove the legs holder tissue from holder tubes, using the printed reinforcement as a template and mark the holes on legs holder tubes using a permanent marker (upper side only)
Drill the holes on marked dot with a 4 mm drill bit (it's designed for use with M3 screws)
Check the holes by mounting the reinforcements, the screws and the nuts
Remove the reinforcements, the screws and the nuts and put the legs holder tissue on holder tubes
Place the reinforcements on the legs holder tissue and make the holes on it (using a scissor or a screwdriver). Cut four pieces of thick tissue (i have used jeans tissue) and make the holes on it. Mount the reinforcements with the thick tissue, the screws and the nuts
Cut the excess of the screws, pay attention to remove all the burr with a file or sandpaper. I've assembled all with M3X20 screws with allen rounded head.
rinforzo_passeggino_foppa_pedretti.fcstd → FreeCAD source
rinforzo_passeggino_foppa_pedretti.stl → STL file