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My First Custom Designed and Useful Printed Object

Discussion in 'Projects' started by Seshan, Jul 27, 2013.

  1. Seshan

    Seshan Active Member

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    My solder spool broke, So I designed (it's simple I know) and printed a new one.

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  2. CAMBO3D

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    nice, have you got any photos of the new wiring job for the robo printer.

    bye the way, are you gonna have to physically reroll that to your new spool. or does that spool come apart..
     
  3. Seshan

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    I'll take some once my current print is done.
     
  4. Seshan

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    It's a lot better then yours was :p


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  5. CAMBO3D

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    hehe, sorry didn't mean to throw this thread off. I figured you would have posted in another seshan printer thread.
    but anyway looks like they shortened up the wiring and got rid of the big bundled mess.

    hey is that a crack i see ..



    j/k... made you look...
     
  6. Printed Solid

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    You're sure not shy with that support material :).
    I'm beginning to hate PLA support material with a passion.

    Out of curiosity, did you consider printing it in two pieces? Seems like you could put a counterbore on the top to make it easy to assemble and glue. Would also avoid that rerolling question.
     
  7. Seshan

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    Yeah, I would defiantly print it in two next time, to much waste with the support material. By the time I realized it was using so much support it was to late. :p
     
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    holy cow that is alot of support material I didn't even realize it was mostly support in that first pic I thought it was some kind of hub and was think OK where does this piece go. However, once removed it looks great. I agree some kind of two piece set up would remove that respooling issue.
     
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    Technical description of borosilicate glass grieve in French.
     

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