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#11\2014-09-24 21:43

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hey thats pretty cool ! but the chassis will need to be cut down more and a lot of things will need to be placed in a smart way so they will print out with the best quality and speed etc.

You can definitely do it, just need to spend some time on managing the parts and separations.


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been a long time since updates because the website move left the image uploader broken and i've been busy fixing it. now its all fixed so here we go.



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What you see above is a new custom modeled and made extruder design I built for my printer in order to print ninjaflex, the soft filament was bending very badly and easily at low speeds.

I went through 3 design changes and ended up with this. I might release the file public.

now i can print at 30mms which is the standard "slow" speed but fast enough to print things and not take the entire day either. I can't go any faster as the filament just slips at that point. I am happy with this though.



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So far I've made a iphone case for my gf and a wristband for a test print and right now im printing out an iphone 5 case for my phone with some custom text :D



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Pics are out of order but I printed out an axle adapter for my friend for adapting porsche 944 axles to eventually fit the corvette transmission.


This post was edited by Singh (2014-09-24 22:11, 3 years ago)
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#12\2014-09-25 00:18

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2014-08-28 11:30#248940 to4m5i : awwwesome!!! :D
i want to get one printer, to make models, like this:


what do U think?
maybe U should help me, to print a chassis and some parts for it :D
yepp not for free :D (to see, how it looks like in my hands)

i'd like to work with a similar machine, like yours. In Hungary, there are only 2 or 3 company with 3D printer.

I would love this! I own a Corolla Liftback in real life. Having a model would be dope. :)

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#13\2014-09-27 00:29

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I've thought about 3d printing a model of a fox-body's rear suspension. It would be a good visual aid when explaining to people why replacing the rear bushings with polyurethane is a bad idea given the angle of the UCAs. The local libraries have started offering 3d-print services, unfortunately I have zero modeling ability.

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#14\2014-09-27 07:28

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I'd print out my own car (in model form, so i could put it together). And with 3d programs it would be easy to create all the specific stuff i have installed on my car. Cant wait till the time these printers get cheaper.
That would motivate me to learn 3d modeling.
#15\2014-10-04 23:27

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Yes, just have to understand that printing parts is a whole separate skill too. You have to understand what will print well and what won't and sometimes you have to split models in certain ways to get the right results etc.

It can be challenging but its well worth the skill development for sure.


I released my first 3d "thing"

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:488678

completely designed by me :D
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Needed to make a solution to hold the shotgun mic with the ion air action cam.


this is what I came up with, works awesome !

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#17\2014-12-02 02:32

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I wouldn't use that in public.

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#18\2014-12-02 17:08

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dave is that an AR-15 pistol grip that you adapted to fit your setup?


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#19\2014-12-02 21:24

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I did download an AR grip, but I think I wound up using an airsoft grip instead because the model file for the AR wasn't slicing well in the 3d printer program.


people keep saying "dont go in public with that"

guys, its bright green and has a microphone on it. please.
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#20\2014-12-02 23:02

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From far away I don't think it matters.

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