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  • So what have you been 3D printing?

    I've printed quite a few things since I bought my printer but the latest is a power button for my Commodore 1801 monitor.

    I also printed a chassis for an internal Amiga Gotek floppy drive emulator.
    So what has everyone else been printing

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  • #2
    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:6703

    WP_20180406_21_27_55_Pro.jpg

    Red
    Shadow, Comet, PZ, Spanish Eyes, Dogies, CP, BBBB, Gridiron, Jungle Lord, Gorgar, FlyHigh Playfield and Backglass, Centrelink Kiosk, Jim Beam Dart board, Vendmax Lolly Dispenser
    Indy500, Sprint2 & Indy2 project, TX Sector, Bone Busters Inc, Victory, Raven Gottlieb Sys80B's,Mars God Of War, F-14(project)
    Elvira and Bluechip (given to Dad)

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    • #3
      That lead former is a great idea.
      SEGA love: | Nintendo love:
      PC Engine love: | Latest retro finds:

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      • #4
        It is, Jaycar think so too

        https://www.jaycar.com.au/component-...-tool/p/TH1810
        Sic transit gloria Atari!

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        • #5
          I have the Jaycar one. Love it, so simple and effective. I'm a bit fussy and really dislike unevenly bent resistors.
          SEGA love: | Nintendo love:
          PC Engine love: | Latest retro finds:

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Redback View Post
            https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:6703

            [ATTACH=CONFIG]127189[/ATTACH]

            Red
            I like the Tardis.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by BIG Trev View Post
              I like the Tardis.

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              Thanks,
              I still have a couple pieces to print.
              here is the link (where I stole this from) https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:304280/#files

              Regs,
              Red
              Shadow, Comet, PZ, Spanish Eyes, Dogies, CP, BBBB, Gridiron, Jungle Lord, Gorgar, FlyHigh Playfield and Backglass, Centrelink Kiosk, Jim Beam Dart board, Vendmax Lolly Dispenser
              Indy500, Sprint2 & Indy2 project, TX Sector, Bone Busters Inc, Victory, Raven Gottlieb Sys80B's,Mars God Of War, F-14(project)
              Elvira and Bluechip (given to Dad)

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              • #8
                Here is what is currently on the printer.

                The light blue ghost that was an early one, the one behind I added 3mm of brim, to combat it lifting off the bed.
                Need to pull/off and sand the brim, but seems to be working better.

                There is currently the last cog on the printer, takes about 2hrs. First attempt failed the first layer, this one looks like it will be fine.

                Pacman.jpg
                I'll upload a photo and the thingieverse link (to where it was stolen from) when it is complete.

                Red
                Last edited by Redback; 7th April 2018, 07:00 AM. Reason: light blue ghost
                Shadow, Comet, PZ, Spanish Eyes, Dogies, CP, BBBB, Gridiron, Jungle Lord, Gorgar, FlyHigh Playfield and Backglass, Centrelink Kiosk, Jim Beam Dart board, Vendmax Lolly Dispenser
                Indy500, Sprint2 & Indy2 project, TX Sector, Bone Busters Inc, Victory, Raven Gottlieb Sys80B's,Mars God Of War, F-14(project)
                Elvira and Bluechip (given to Dad)

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                • #9
                  PacMan is still printing,

                  I'd thought I'd share probably my favourite print yet. (I do have two others 3d prints that came out good enough to share)

                  A Japanese style lantern. Designed to be a table number for a wedding.
                  https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2830063

                  I printed it in grey/white colour (heat) changing filament I got from Hobby King ($9/kg - but was $27kg when I ordered another reel, should have stock up at $9 ). Not sure why I didn't print it in black.

                  Lantern.jpg

                  The middle was done in in transparent PLA and is hollow.

                  I printed the frame part in high def and it took 86hrs. (I didn't expect it to take that long)
                  Lid was printed in a lower low def around 8hrs and I believe around 8 hours for the trans.

                  Will probably put a led candle in it.

                  Red
                  Shadow, Comet, PZ, Spanish Eyes, Dogies, CP, BBBB, Gridiron, Jungle Lord, Gorgar, FlyHigh Playfield and Backglass, Centrelink Kiosk, Jim Beam Dart board, Vendmax Lolly Dispenser
                  Indy500, Sprint2 & Indy2 project, TX Sector, Bone Busters Inc, Victory, Raven Gottlieb Sys80B's,Mars God Of War, F-14(project)
                  Elvira and Bluechip (given to Dad)

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Redback View Post
                    PacMan is still printing,

                    I'd thought I'd share probably my favourite print yet. (I do have two others 3d prints that came out good enough to share)

                    A Japanese style lantern. Designed to be a table number for a wedding.
                    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2830063

                    I printed it in grey/white colour (heat) changing filament I got from Hobby King ($9/kg - but was $27kg when I ordered another reel, should have stock up at $9 ). Not sure why I didn't print it in black.

                    [ATTACH=CONFIG]127255[/ATTACH]

                    The middle was done in in transparent PLA and is hollow.

                    I printed the frame part in high def and it took 86hrs. (I didn't expect it to take that long)
                    Lid was printed in a lower low def around 8hrs and I believe around 8 hours for the trans.

                    Will probably put a led candle in it.

                    Red
                    Cool. That's a nice but long print. How big is your print bed?

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by BIG Trev View Post
                      Cool. That's a nice but long print. How big is your print bed?

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                      Had to google it,


                      Original Prusa i3 MK3
                      Build volume 25 x 21 x 21 cm | 9.84 x 8.3 x 8.3 in
                      Layer height 0.05 – 0.35 mm
                      Speed 200+ mm/s
                      Print surface removable magnetic heatbed / 3 types of PEI spring steel sheets

                      (doesn't say if they is length x width, height - so took a ruler to it, the 250 is across the front)

                      - though not too sure how well things would print near the edges.

                      Regs,
                      Red

                      - - - Updated - - -

                      This sign was right to the edge

                      Printed white, (didn't have red) then purple (changed a millimetre or two early should have seen the white) then changed to black for the raised lettering.

                      https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2830125

                      Sign.jpg
                      Hoping to remix with different text and stick guys to do the don't mess with my pinball sign that was floating around a few years ago.

                      Regs,

                      Red
                      Last edited by Redback; 8th April 2018, 04:18 PM. Reason: added thingieverse link to org.
                      Shadow, Comet, PZ, Spanish Eyes, Dogies, CP, BBBB, Gridiron, Jungle Lord, Gorgar, FlyHigh Playfield and Backglass, Centrelink Kiosk, Jim Beam Dart board, Vendmax Lolly Dispenser
                      Indy500, Sprint2 & Indy2 project, TX Sector, Bone Busters Inc, Victory, Raven Gottlieb Sys80B's,Mars God Of War, F-14(project)
                      Elvira and Bluechip (given to Dad)

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                      • #12
                        Pacman is finished
                        Source link https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2467301
                        (video on thingieverse that shows how it rotates 180deg)

                        Photos,

                        Pman.jpg
                        Pacman2.jpg

                        The blue/color ghost are crazy glued together, the glue doesn't give much time to align before they are held solid.

                        What are other people printing,

                        Red
                        Last edited by Redback; 15th April 2018, 02:32 PM. Reason: needed to see which photo uploaded
                        Shadow, Comet, PZ, Spanish Eyes, Dogies, CP, BBBB, Gridiron, Jungle Lord, Gorgar, FlyHigh Playfield and Backglass, Centrelink Kiosk, Jim Beam Dart board, Vendmax Lolly Dispenser
                        Indy500, Sprint2 & Indy2 project, TX Sector, Bone Busters Inc, Victory, Raven Gottlieb Sys80B's,Mars God Of War, F-14(project)
                        Elvira and Bluechip (given to Dad)

                        Comment


                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Redback View Post
                          Pacman is finished
                          Source link https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2467301
                          (video on thingieverse that shows how it rotates 180deg)

                          Photos,
                          [ATTACH=CONFIG]127687[/ATTACH]
                          That's awesome.

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                          • #14
                            3d-printed-stuff.jpg

                            The DL-44 was a 25ish part print, all the pieces were sanded and fitted together really well.. Gave it to my Brother for X-mas, he is a massive Starwars-Solo fan.

                            the little Apple 2e raspberry Pi case was just because I could. With an adapter or two the HDMI etc routes out the back nicely.

                            All from thingyverse.

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                            • #15
                              Just a thought... maybe someone could design and print up something cool to attach upon the trophies for pinball/arcade, to replace the irrelevant generic bits that usually sit atop the run of the mill trophies?

                              https://www.aussiearcade.com/showthr...cific-Trophies

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