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    #16
    Nice. What material did you print yours in? I did mine in PETG.
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      #17
      Originally posted by JonM View Post
      Nice. What material did you print yours in? I did mine in PETG.
      ABS. I just opened a roll of PETG though, I'll try that if the abs comes apart.
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        #18
        I’d think ABS should hold up okay.
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          #19
          I've been printing different co2 seals that have been working well. I have a Sheridan seal in Ninja flex that's been very good, an sl68 cup seal that has run several cartridges so far in prusaflex 98A, and a CCI changer cup seal in 98A that seals much easier than the smaller and harder stock seal.

          I have some finger detents I'm trying out now... Someday. The CCI seal is about 50% thicker than stock and is in the pics attached to the threads below.

          https://www.mcarterbrown.com/forum/p...13-woody-brass

          Tldr; flex filament is a viable seal material.
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            #20
            2 color octopus on the palette 2s.

            A mount to go direct drive.

            And a holder for my old kindle fire 7 that's running octoprint for each printer.




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              #21
              Some Filastruder Graphite Gray ABS going down for my Voron v0 build.



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                #22
                Not everything was today, but over the last couple days I've been cranking out to prepare for a MFOG coming up. I sold my dye mags last year when the market was hot, but now the Planet Eclipse mags have been delayed and I'm scrambling to cobble together a setup.

                I have a plethora of TIPX mags, and one busted Tempest I scooped for for $20, so that will have to suffice.

                When you're still waiting for continuous mags...

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                  #23
                  Working on a pistol for the Oculus controller. Printed a few cross sections so far to test the fit, coming along nicely.

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                    #24
                    The desire to put a red-dot laser on that bottom rail is too strong! The cat would go crazy.
                    Making new mods.

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                      #25
                      Several small adjustments ro make, but it fits!

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                        #26
                        A test in the form of a Starman
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                        And more upgrades for the printer.
                        A cable guide arm (from Thingiverse) and a rear-center filament guide (my design).
                        No modifications needed--just slip into place and tuck a pin (the pivot for the arm) through to an existing hole.
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                          I thought I needed to print some Chrono Trigger characters, but I clearly need to print a Star man

                        #27
                        Phantom body test pieces... I was able to assemble the test body and get it to fire.

                        The smaller circles are printed pieces used to get the dimension changes from the STL file to the printed results.

                        Printed with a Resin printer using Siraya Tech Blu I was able to toss the pieces around on a concrete floor and stand on them. They did deform, but 270 lbs would most likely deform most things. Oddly enough, after about 20 minutes the piece I deformed to a visible, naked eye oval, came back to close tolerance; being that the inside diameter came back at 20.9 to 21.3 mm. Very surprising, considering it was a visible oval once i was done standing on the piece.

                        The third body prototype is on the printer now.
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                          #28
                          Made this hose adapter for my AC vent, its about 6.5" OD.
                          Also using a new PETG ive never used before ... impressed by the results.

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                            #29
                            Been printing a bunch of these mask holders I designed for my friend’s wedding tomorrow. If anyone wants the design to save their ears I can give you the Onshape link.
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                            I also didn’t print this today, but finished up the scope for my DL-44 for my Mando costume I’ve been working on:
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                              #30
                              It’s actually sturdy enough for normal play, but for accidental impact I’ll probably want carbon filled PLA
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