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Robo on Steroids.

Discussion in 'Projects' started by Mike Glass, Mar 1, 2015.

  1. Mike Glass

    Mike Glass Active Member

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    Here are some police lights for for model RC's. All with .8 nozzle and spiral vase mode.


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    This looks like one of the lights on a gaming machine in Vegas.
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  2. jbigler1986

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    Looks good. Glad you finally got them done. Are you installing lights?
     
  3. James Harry

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    Love the clutch plates and lights. Very cool.
     
  4. Mike Glass

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    Running the Robo to its limits using a plotter pen. Mount is from my robo stepper wire clip slightly modified.


     
  5. Mike Glass

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    A Lithopane of Einstein.

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  6. Ravindu

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    Mike Glass, I really liked your work.

    I am also thinking of replacing my printer's nozzle size to 0.8 mm for slashing the printing time.
    Can you please advise me how should I remove the old one and install new one.
    If you can provide the pictures depicting removal and installation of nozzle, it would be of great help. Am I supposed to do any modification in the printer relating to electronics, etc.

    Thank you in advance.
     
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    Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
     
  8. Robert J.

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    what filament was used?
     
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    @Robert J. That looks like either Taulman T-Glaze (PET-T) or translucent PET-G. My guess is it's Taulman.
     
  10. Mike Glass

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    Most of my filament I was using and still do is called JUSTPLA. Very inexpensive but only really use it for testing purposes. Petg is my new favorite filament.
     
  11. Robert J.

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    ok thanks ya i really liked the look of that one so i was wondering if you know the exact color and brand but that's cool if you don't thanks
     
  12. Mike Glass

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    They changed their formula a few months back this is the transparent blue, I don't see it the website anymore, but esun PETG blue is very similar in color.
     

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