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    Have 3D printer, can print custom parts if anyone needs :)

    Hey folks!

    I have a 3D printer that doesn't get enough use, maybe it can help some here! Great for small-to-medium sized parts, and the plastic is surprisingly strong, extremely light.

    I have several rolls of PLA to print with: Clear, Black, White, Blue, Neon Green, Neon Orange, Neon Pink. If you need a different color (they even make some glow-in-the-dark stuff!), please don't hesitate to order a roll and ship it to me

    Can print up to about 12cm x 8cm x 8cm easily, or larger with some special setup.

    Shipping cost, 25cents per cc, and patience while I do a million other projects, are all I'd ask for, happy to help out!

    If you have questions/ideas, feel free to ask. I can also help with basic 3d modeling/design stuff.

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    That's awesome. I've drawn up many things and had them printed...
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    Put me down for a rack. Don't give a racks ass what color it is. It'll be loaded up and covered anyway. Sure this could help some members thanks for throwing it out there. And ya I still want one of those bad ass racks VG whipped up.
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    I am not up to speed on these 3D printers. Can you post a couple picture of the kinds of things you can do with it?

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    Here's the last one I did, both the drawing (a small part/piece of a huge drawing I did), a drip lip..

    Drawn with Sketch-Up -- ->Free from Google.. Although it took me weeks to learn to use it and export the files properly to a printer.


    The other parts were sheet metal, the drip edge was printed as a prototype that was eventually extruded from aluminum.
    DripLip.jpg

    This is the part after it was printed from the above drawing.
    LipPrinted.jpg
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    I still find this process hard to understand. To make that drip edge piece on a CNC router you would start with a block of plastic as thick and wide as the finished piece needs to be and start removing material from the block. How exactly does a 3D printer make this piece?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GaryL View Post
    I still find this process hard to understand. To make that drip edge piece on a CNC router you would start with a block of plastic as thick and wide as the finished piece needs to be and start removing material from the block. How exactly does a 3D printer make this piece?

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    It's cheaper and faster for prototyping. Nowadays they can print with stainless steal.. not just plastics.
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    Antlers on a CNC is a little tough to do
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    Quote Originally Posted by JerseyJeeper View Post
    It's cheaper and faster for prototyping. Nowadays they can print with stainless steal.. not just plastics.
    I think member lbxr had a friend to a 3D print for an extension on the front sprocket so you could drop in a 225 engine without all the engine parts removal and transfering. I think there was good initial feedback but haven't heard any updated feedback...probably because it's winter and those who are using it aren't riding much.
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