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As promised in tonight’s Zoom session, here are the STL files for all of the 3D-printed accessory parts I made for my baby takadai, and a description of how to print and use them.

Depending on your printer and filament, the pins may require some light smoothing with an emery board to keep threads from snagging. With my printer, there was usually only one pin per koma that had a little bit of extra plastic that needed to be removed.

With these parts, I was able to make a 37-tama 2-2 twill braid with two strands of DK-weight yarn per tama that came out 2.25 inches wide.