Originally Posted by LT72884
Wish i had a resin based printer. Making the 10 round tubes would be nothing haha
You'll find that there are things worth 3D printing and other that aren't. When you can get an item that's already made for little or nothing that's inherently stronger than any 3D printed part that would take hours to design and print, it's often the better bet to just buy the pre-made item. 3D printing is really best suited for custom parts that don't already exist or for items that would be inconvenient to buy. So, the cram & jam adapter is a good project while the tubes are best bought off the shelf.