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3D Printing Requests

Discussion in 'Hobby Engineering' started by aXLe, Jun 16, 2013.

  1. pinchies

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    I'll do it for free in yellow abs - you stated your postcode and stated that you needed postage, which makes it easy to quote and deserves :thumbup: :thumbup:

    You can pickup from rosanna or +$5 postage in a tough bag.
     
  2. TRG.dOinK

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    Sweet, will go pickup, I'll send a PM
     
  3. JabTronic

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    $12, pick it up if you like as I'm about a ten minute drive away.
     
  5. JabTronic

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    Sounds good, PM sent :)
     
  6. Exodus_AU

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    Hey, im in western sydney. looking to get a price on 3D printed glasses?
     
  7. MortarArt

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  9. Mathuisella

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    $15 for both. Postage options are your choice :) ?
     
  10. oRiCLe

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    Hmm, I think you may have some strength issues with 2 layer walls on the numbers if this is to be a stamp...might be worth putting a chamfer on them to give them some more support and then just a layer or two of the actual size if you can.

    I'll quote once my printer is back up and running smoothly tonight unless accepted earlier.
     
  11. Mathuisella

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    Yeah, that's probably a good idea.

    I was going to do 100% solid infil to maximise strength anyways.
     
  12. oRiCLe

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    from the quick dip in S3D, there is only 2 walls on the numbers, they aren't thick enough to have any infill anyway...
     
  13. blu3_v2

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    Thanks for the advice. This is my first attempt at 3D modelling.

    My intention was to have the numbers infilled anyway. When I viewed the completed model it appeared as though they were infilled, possibly due to the wall thickness and model size.

    Could you please provide a quote including infill if you get your printer back up. Thanks
     
  14. bennyg

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  16. oRiCLe

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    You would need to modify the design to cater for some infill or I don't think it will be strong enough for a stamp, especially not at those heights.

    In most cases the usual size of a 3D nozzle is 0.4mm, so that is the thickness of each line your going to get, so then you want to ideally print 2 walls for strength and then have some infill in the middle, which would make the width at least 2mm at the narrowest or 1.2mm-ish for a single wall.

    Alternatively, I would consider getting it laser etched into rubber as opposed to 3d printed if the size of the numbers is the concern...which while I haven't tried, I can do :p
     
  17. MortarArt

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    Please keep in mind that this tool needs to be printed solid, with an enclosure, in ABS.
     
  18. oRiCLe

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    100% infill - $20 posted
    40% infill, 5 perimiters - $15 posted

    Choice of Blue or Purple ABS
     
  19. MortarArt

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    I'll do it for $18, posted, 100% infill, printed in a heated chamber. That's my regular price. The heated chamber makes a major difference to strength.
     
  20. Mathuisella

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    :( i only have PLA at the moment. sorry, can't print it :(
     

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