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  • Hobbes
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    Cob is hooking me up with one of the round black ones, but thanks for the offer.

  • Flounder
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    I believe I have a spare brown blocky handle not one of the round black ones.

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  • COB
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    i might be able to help. I have several 007's, I could part wit a handle

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  • Hobbes
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    #hope

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  • Hobbes
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    Still lookin'

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  • Hobbes
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    bump

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  • Hobbes
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    Still searching!

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  • JonM
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    Originally posted by Hobbes View Post
    It looks like a local library has a 3D printing service. Wonder if they could handle it?

    http://rodgerslibrary.org/3d-printing/
    Possibly. Then again, I wouldn't recommend printing this in PLA (which is likely what they would use). It also takes nearly a full day to print this on a standard hobby grade 3D printer. That's also provided the first print completes without any of the aforementioned issues I had getting mine done in PETG.

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  • Hobbes
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    It looks like a local library has a 3D printing service. Wonder if they could handle it?

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  • JonM
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    If you're interested in using my design, I'm thinking a service like Shapeways would probably be your best bet. I uploaded my model to see what they would charge and it looks like their cost for my design in black MJF would be $51.38 or $48.88 in gray MJF.

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  • Rainmaker
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    Yeah, JonM is your man for the pump handle. I was working on the Battlegrips, but stalled out on that project.

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  • JonM
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    I was doing them for mine, but I never really put them into production. They took too long to print and they were a pain in the butt to make. For every good one I got, I ended up with several failed prints (delaminations, artifacts, bed adhesion failures, etc.). In the end, I kept my one good one and put the files up on Thingiverse for free if anyone else wanted to print their own.

    Here's the link to my design: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4006225

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    I also started a hex style pump handle, but never finished the design or test printed it.

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  • Carp
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    Or perhaps JonM.. 🤔 Definitely check out the 3D printing area. That is, if you're not just looking to score an OG Nelspot pump handle. Good luck with your hunt!

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  • moving_target
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    I think Rainmaker was 3D printing them at one point

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  • Hobbes
    started a topic WTB: Nelspot Pump Handle

    WTB: Nelspot Pump Handle

    Looking for a Nelspot 007 pump handle, thanks.
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