3D Printing Requests

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

  1. RyoSaeba

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    Can't you just print it in parts?
     
  2. miicah

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    Yeah, have a practice with meshmixer and some different gluing/sanding techniques.
     
  3. Jimoin

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    I thought of that, but compared to just paying one of you fellas it wasn't really appealing :)

    I'll take a look at meshmixer, thanks.
     
  4. de_kyal

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    Same design for the TP-Link. Looks pretty easy to model as that switch is just a box. Sides made of steel? Could embed magnets for more security.

    Can you confirm the dimensions match this (294 x 180 x 44 mm)
     
  6. CQGLHyperion

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    Easily fits in my CCMM
     
  7. de_kyal

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    I'm an idiot .... it's a 2210P dimensions are 209 x 126 x 26mm :thumbup:
     
  8. Butcher9_9

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    Made a stand for you.
    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3994705

    printed a couple of test slices as well.
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    If you want me to print them let me know, over here in WA so might take a while to ship up your way. Not sure what the postage would be but a guess would be ~$8-12 as they are pretty big + printing costs ect.
     
  9. de_kyal

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    oh that's cool!
    How much $$$ for printing?
     
  10. Butcher9_9

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    Say $10 for both, magnets included in my one. Would be a good idea to measure your Switch thickness to just make 100% sure it will fit or I could post you the slices for a Dollar or 2. Current model is 26.1mm wide so if the switch is a tiny bit undersized it might be a bit loose. The TP-Link Site says 1.0" and 26mm. 1 Inch is 25.4mm which is why i'm a bit concerned about accuracy.

    Looks like its $9.20 for postage + a Bag/Box so say another $10.

    No pressure, happy for anyone else to print my design if they are closer/cheaper.
     
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  12. Jimoin

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    So.. I'm not up to the task of printing this in parts & gluing with my small printer at the moment.

    Is someone willing to print it & send to Melbourne? If so, how much?

    Please & Thank You :)
     
  13. CQGLHyperion

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    It only jusdt fits my I3 mega S without a skirt or brim. Postage costs would be a bit though considering the size of it. Let me know how you wish to proceed
     
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    I can give these a shot on Saturday, needed an excuse to get back printing things.
     
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    1x modded cr-10 and a BLV MGN Cube nearly ready for service Perth, NOR.Just irioning out the kinks.
     
  17. larszoe

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    How's the BLV compared to the cr-10? Did you get it as a kit or? Looks sick.
     
  18. insty

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    Hey,

    Would anyone be able to do a quote on printing one of these please? https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3759115
    I purchased the Australian version of this chair and need to make the headrest usable. If someone could confirm the distance between the centre of the holes in the 3D model that would be great!

    Thanks.
     
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    have u got this printed yet? i can do this in ASA (uv proof abs)
    however, totally unrelated- i think there are some laws against gopro mounting a helmet for road use- Probably fine for motorsport tho, happy to print it anyway
    sure- if nobody's done it yet, can print this in ABS too so it isn't brittle.
     

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