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Old 11-16-2017, 05:44 PM   #1
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3D Printing

Just wanted to share, my rig was missing this part so I made it.

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I used a small brass inner threaded insert that I melted into the hole and then I placed small bearings in the crank and a screw to put it all together.

Hope you guys enjoyed my little project.
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Very nifty, yugo! How well does it hold up? My only experience is from early printing and things were still pretty fragile.
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Very nifty, yugo! How well does it hold up? My only experience is from early printing and things were still pretty fragile.
I used it a few times today and so far so good. I printed it with ABS solid fill and hey if it breaks Ill just make a new one.
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Must make the time to try this stuff again. (envy)
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Old 11-17-2017, 02:16 AM   #6
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Amazing things going on these days.

They have a 3D printer demo in Fresno tomorrow that I may go to.
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best 700 I have ever spent. over 5 years old and still going strong. I have made so many things and have saved a lot more than 700.
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best 700 I have ever spent. over 5 years old and still going strong. I have made so many things and have saved a lot more than 700.
Do you have any pictures of the things you've made other than this knob?
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Do you have any pictures of the things you've made other than this knob?
yes, ill post them soon. Out on my first rv trip at carpintaria state beach.
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yes, ill post them soon. Out on my first rv trip at carpintaria state beach.

Wow it's going to be hard to beat this first trip. Very pretty there.
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Wow it's going to be hard to beat this first trip. Very pretty there.
yes it was a really nice short 1 night trip (aside from the very loud kids behind us with parents that were just as bad) Like I said it was just a dry run to see how the rv handled and what I need to fix and adjust.
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The good thing about the noisy kids is that you will really appreciate a quiet RV park the next time you go.



Do you own a Yugo car by any chance?
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Saw a guy print an end cap for an obsolete main awning last summer. When you can't buy one, printing one is the only option.
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The good thing about the noisy kids is that you will really appreciate a quiet RV park the next time you go.



Do you own a Yugo car by any chance?
good point. No but I do have a yugo sks
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