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  • XEMON
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    PetG takes 2 to 3 days in the food dehydrator before stating to see results for a somewhat pull spool thats not too too saturated.
    Those little guys looks good 👍

  • BrickHaus
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    New pump handle printed with modled threads. Seems to work, but I'm not sure for how long. Haha.

    This was started as I left for work, so I couldnt babysit and or tune so it's flawed. I'm convinced my petg is still wet after being cooked at 50c for days.


    The wood pla stock my buddy printed for me. I intend on staining it.

    These spitfire 2 guns are quickly growing on me.
    Last edited by BrickHaus; 11-20-2023, 09:01 PM.

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  • Myrkul
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    BrickHaus BMC can whip you up a freak XL adapter for those....

  • BrickHaus
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    It's a slip fit seems like sl68 barrels are the same.

  • Myrkul
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    BrickHaus keep talking dirty to me. 😂

    What kind of barrel threads?

  • BrickHaus
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    Myrkul that come with a chamfered bolt even! This shooter is up your alley!

  • Myrkul
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    That looks good enough to make me want a spitfire. Awesome job!!

  • RAZRBAKK
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    That looks SICK on there.

  • BrickHaus
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    Trying one with threads now..

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  • BrickHaus
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    No worries! It was tight because my printer over extruded due to bad retraction settings. My friend printed me the same grip on a creality K1, and it's perfect. I want to print one out of wood pla and sand/stain it.

  • BrickHaus
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    Man, that pr6 does look nice.

    As for my pump. The brass insert pushes it too far away from the barrel and it JUST binds at the end of the pump stroke. I might tire plug the hole, and model an m5 printed threaded hole and get it closer to the barrel. I am just making these in petg though. I wish I could churn asa out.

  • RAZRBAKK
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    Damn these are some nice designs. Let me know how it goes on the Spitfire. My first thought when you said the pump handle was goofed was to swap it for an AirSolder PR6.

  • BrickHaus
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    Finally. Spent some time tightening up bits on both printers.

    The petg printer (left) had a loose gantry. And my retraction had defaulted to a bad setting. It has been so long, I didn't remember what it took to make this head work. .4mm at 5mm/s. Seems wrong, but it's a clean print so far. I'm printing a modified mozak phantom pump handle. I took the design MozakMachine has here on cult 3d, and I moved the pump arm hole to the center below the barrel. It should (maybe?? ) work on my new to me spitfire, and tippmann SL 68s.. maybe another phantom clone with a 10-32 under cocking pump rod... I totally eyeballed it as I had to draw on his mesh file.

    link to his awesome work here. https://cults3d.com/en/3d-model/gadg...chine-products

    Right printer had a dead cooling fan. Luckily I made that one plugged. So I swapped a new one out. I then put a new nozzle in. It was still printing like poo, so I put a new spool of filament into it that was dried to 30%. Printed a nice benchy with a little offset tuning and bumps of the bed springs.

    Now I'm 9 hours into a 20 hour print. It looks good so far.....
    Last edited by BrickHaus; 11-19-2023, 10:02 PM. Reason: Not frame, pump handle.

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  • pghp8ntballer
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    Honestly I am fantastically pleased with it. All of those pics are done with no name, chinesium/Amazon cheap filament. I have an FLSun V400, FLSun Super Racer, ender 3 V2, and Voxelab Aquila also. The FlSuns stock print really good… but the Bambu Lab A1 Mini still smokes them in quality. And it prints as fast as the V400. And the AMS Lite works great. And the full Mini/AMS combo was cheaper then I paid for the V400 on a lightning deal (it was $350 off!). My wife wasn’t interested I. Printing anything before. She is now interested and even sliced some stuff herself besides just printing directly from the Bambu App.

    The best way I can describe this is like this; Bambu Lab put in the engineering time from fine tuning the machine with tech, including cost efficiency design, as well as ensuring the profiles are tuned to print great. And I mean that includes many different filament types, .2, .4, .6, .8 nozzle profiles, different beds, etc. The printing experience is wonderful. I haven’t been interested in the big Bambu machines because the beds aren’t big enough for what I want and I didn’t want to spend that much on what seemed like hype.

    I understand the hype now. They are pumping out great machines and I can’t wait to see what else they do.

    It isn’t perfect and still has the normal learning curves like dealing with bed adhesion… but this is dang close to a Cricut machine.

  • BrickHaus
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    I've been eyeballing the x1c. Mainly because my ender 3s are making me depressed lol, how is that bambu?
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