Trampoline Net Holder for 1" tube
Holder to put on top of the poles around a Trampoline, holding the enclosure/protection net.Toys
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Print in flexible material. for diameter 1" & 0.060" (25.4mm, 1.5mm) thick steel tube often used for poles on trampolines.
I used 1.5mm2 cable through it but use any type of cord that will fit...
Use many layers when printing to get a strong part.
I used my own TPU filament material but it contained lots of moisture thus the rough surface on the picture...
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The purchase of a trampoline should be thought about about its future users - we can save money by buying a small model that can withstand a load of up to 100 kg, for example, or add some money and buy for a load of up to 150 kg - which is a much better solution. If you want more than two / three children to jump on a trampoline, then you should buy larger models to support the weight of 180 kg.
When choosing the diameter of the trampoline, you should be aware of how large the garden area is to set up, as too large a trampoline may not fit into small gardens. It will be safer for our children when they have more space to play. The principle according to which the information on the number of people used by the trampoline should also be followed - the more people will jump, the larger the diameter should be.
Internal or external trampoline net?
Each of the trampolines that are used "at home" must have a safety net (models without nets are for gymnasts). Trampolines with inner and outer net are just as safe and will protect users from falling out.
Safety net to avoid dangerous accidents. A trampoline with an outer net (located along the outer edge) increases safety by preventing the user from falling. Trampolines with an inner mesh have the additional advantage of separating the jumper from the stand so that he does not hit it and so as not to step on the spring cape. Trampolines are suitable for most users, and only those with a safety net are suitable for children.
preschooler models must have up to 54 springs. This is enough to throw a child up to a height of 5-10 cm;
for children 7-12 years old, designs with 64-70 springs are chosen. You can perform simple tricks, somersaults on them;
for sports training, you need a trampoline with 96-108 springs.