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  • ermiller27
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    Thought it would be a good idea to post my Raven Primal detent/eye covers that I designed to be exact replicas of the original spring loaded ball bearing detent style. I have printed these on a stratasys uprint se plus printers with a slice height of .010" and they turned out perfect! Let me know if there is anything else I can do, I have the capability to use my 3D modeling software to design almost anything.
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  • pghp8ntballer
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    Sounds good! I forgot about the flat sided detents and I certainly don’t have any but would have made a model for them if I did. I don’t doubt that of you chopped the curved sections off that would cause the ball and spring bore to sit to deep in the marker. It definitely requires some trial and error. I think I went through probably 3 or 4 revisions to get it to this point. But I’m glad you got it worked out!

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  • lhamilton1807
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    My friend printed off a few sets of these in ABS (for longevity and we’re getting close. He’s modifying the models slightly since we found the detent on my old TL-R has a flat surface against the body instead of a rounded one and we also noticed the tube for the ball is longer on the stock detent than what printed out from these files. all of this is based on your work - thanks so much for sharing!

    When he’s made some for both rounded bodies and flat-sided bodies that fit snugly and stop rollouts, we will share out the files here along with the temperature, nozzle size, and feed rate settings.

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  • lhamilton1807
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    Wow, so glad I was pointed this direction. Gotta get an old Electra DX working and this is the last piece. Gonna tap my buddy with a printer on the shoulder for sure!

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  • Redragoon
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    Great work. I'm going to try this on one of mine.

    I also may adapt this to work with the small rubber nub style like the ones TechT sells. I'll update when I have something working.

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  • pghp8ntballer
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    And... the files are posted as well as the readme/how-to in the original post and in the file repository in the 3D printing forum
    Last edited by pghp8ntballer; 02-18-2022, 10:35 PM.

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  • Redragoon
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    Let me know when you have a file that works decently. I would like to try printing my own. Possibly in ABS.

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  • scottieb
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    Good to know. I understand alk that. Thank you.

  • pghp8ntballer
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    The plan is to just offer up the info on how-to. I'm not super-savvy with the 3D printer so I don't feel comfortable charging for the quality I am currently getting. Then there is the shipping costs, running around, etc. that I simply don't have the capacity for.

  • scottieb
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    Any plans for you to produce these? Or just passing along the info on how to?

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  • pghp8ntballer
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    Update!! see the original post.

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  • Alexndl
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    Nice work!

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  • Rolling Thunder 67
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    Looks good!

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  • pghp8ntballer
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    Updated initial post with first test info on the rebuildable detent!

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  • pghp8ntballer
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    Oh I get a sticky! Thanks Axel! I will edit the first post as I get info to make this more informative.

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