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    What did you 3D print today?

    Like the title says, what did you 3D print today?
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    Printed a couple tank caps recently. Just a design I found on thingiverse awhile back

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      A JonM printed freak barrel, file from thingiverse. Fits GREAT!

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      • Ironnerd

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        Do the printed barrels shoot well?

      • Rainmaker

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        It shoots fine. The majority of it is the freak bore, so you get the shot quality of having kindof a shorty freak barrel. You're not really relying on the print surface to contribute to how well it shoots.

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      Originally posted by Rainmaker View Post
      A JonM printed freak barrel, file from thingiverse. Fits GREAT!
      Nice!
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        Nothing too exciting today, just crankin' out Drop10s

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          Not something I printed but some really nice custom parts that Rainmaker made for me
          The top one match the Spanky fishbone patern and the second one the Kapp Groovy grip frame

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          • Rainmaker

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            Whew! I'm so glad those came out nice! and that the holes lined up well. Thanks for all your info and patience Alex.

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          Made new eye pieces for a friend's family heirloom: his grand father binocular.

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          Love my brass ... Love my SSR ... Hard choices ...

          XEMON's phantom double sided feed


          Keep your ATS going: Project rATS 2.0
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          • Aperture3D

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            What material did you choose?

          • XEMON

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            This is PETG lightly sanded and a coat of spray paint.
            Thats pretty much all i use now ...

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          Since CCI hasn't had these in stock since the Phantompocalypse, I decided to design and print my own. This design uses a leftover Automag ULE feedneck I've had kicking around in my parts kit for the past several years. It's rock solid and works perfectly.

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          • ChoSanJuan

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            For the record, these work great on Spyder bodies that need the holes version of feed necks (not so much on tabbed bodies...)

          • JonM

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            Good to know. Thanks!

          • ChoSanJuan

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            Yeah, not sure if it's yours on Thingiverse, but I did the one that was "Empire threaded" and spun an extra stock Ion feedneck. Works nice on my AMG since I'm too cheap to buy a clamping feedneck for it.

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          Getting ready for my mosaic palette 2s. Printed on my Ender 5+ for use on my Ender 3








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            #10
            That is some pretty sweet bridging you've got going there man!

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              Originally posted by Rainmaker View Post
              That is some pretty sweet bridging you've got going there man!
              Thanks, it's just some steep overhangs. I am surprised how well it did though.

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                Got the palette 2s set up. First print came out nice.



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                • Tracker

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                  those things are so neat

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                Originally posted by Not-required View Post
                Got the palette 2s set up. First print came out nice.



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                Awsome! These things are very intriguing. Hopefully someday I'll get to a level where I can justify it.

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                  My patio set was delivered with a broken plastic foot. They’re apparently sending the replacement parts from China (which takes forever). I ended up modeling one of the good ones and printed my own. Now the chair doesn’t wobble and you’d never know the foot was printed.
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                    Originally posted by JonM View Post
                    My patio set was delivered with a broken plastic foot. They’re apparently sending the replacement parts from China (which takes forever). I ended up modeling one of the good ones and printed my own. Now the chair doesn’t wobble and you’d never know the foot was printed.
                    Hah, I just printed a set of eight feet for patio furniture last Friday. It's very old steel furniture and I kept having trouble finding feet that would fit. It's under wear trials.

                    I need 32 more, if I'm counting correctly.

                    Yesterday I made a pair of vee blocks for my drill press vise to hold some wood pump handles I've been tinkering with. Those are working pretty well.
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