So if you got your 3d printer all set up and running like a champ this is the place to show us some of the projects that you may have printed on that 3D printer.
White part is soft rubbery plastic. Open when blue part is removed.
Warp around the coilover to shield the thread.
Worked for 3 years now.
Hand free cell phone screen puller.
Changing battery on my Nexus 6P.
hear are some clips to hold a filter on a box fan.
I was planning something for a paint booth.
This should work pretty good.
It is great for wood working shops and if the people in the house would keep it running....it would keep down on the dust and other air pollutants. the AC filter only works when the fan is running.
Did anyone ever make Lego bricks with 3D printer? Did they work nice?
I tried, did work too well.
Lego has pretty tight tolerance.
Not with FDM, maybe with SLA.
I've downloaded Lego instruction manual hoping I can print all the pieces.
It might cost more then buying if you count printing time as cost.
Desk cell phone holder (black PLA).
Wow. Very Cool. Is that a DIY dual Bowden extruder? What is your printer?
Yes, i3 clone.
Gonna relocate the steppers to shorten bowden tubes.
Interesting. Did you custom design the head yourself or did you find a model online? Perhaps you purchased a kit. I'll have to look for one.
What firmware are you running?
I design the head. Bought extruders from eBay. E3D V6 clone. Got steppers and gear from eBay also.
Board run repetier. Easy to config for multi-head. Use CURA to slice.
The threaded rod and linear rods are long enough to allow printing on the whole bed with both head.
Also stiffen the frame to print at 100-120mm/s.
I designed a light switch plate and also a slot-car body that have Lego compatible studs. They work great, but you really have to take your time in measuring. Also I suggest a very tiny amount of draft on the studs to make them work easier.
Hmm. Food for thought. Doing a dual extruder setup might be fun. I have an Anet A8 which has been sidelined by my new Prusa.
Also, printing a lego interface will test the calibration of your printer. 0.1mm can make a difference.
printing some upgrades....
Just get the MMU from Prusa.
Very nice Frederick!
You can also download the plastic printer parts from Prusa and print them yourself.
I work for a company producing accessories for pick-up trucks. At one point we were supposed to make an accessory for a model not in production yet.
So - naturally I printed the edge of the whole truck bed in full scale, and bolted it to a steel frame. It took a full month to print in 35 individual parts. After that the product was test fitted on this frame.
I can not post any file or photo but this is a screen dump of the assembly.
till i took these pictures I did not notice all the lines. Must be old and loosing my sight.
David Matula wrote: till i took these pictures Must be old and loosing my sight.
David Matula wrote:
till i took these pictures Must be old and loosing my sight.
But your physique still looks buff.
We have 2 Stratasys machines and this large format printer all working 24/7 making headbands for face masks for Hopkins and other local hospitals. Check out your local scene, see what you can do to help.
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