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    Quote 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.

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    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 at 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)
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    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,

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    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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    Quote 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,
    Pacman2.jpg
    That's awesome.

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    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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    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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    My son took in some Poly carbonate to school the other week so his teacher could roughly cut my banana flippers out on the school's bandsaw before I file finished them to exactly what I wanted.

    His teacher said the other day, "tell your father the school has two 3D printers if he needs anything made on them. The school has heaps of material and no one is using them".

    I'm thinking I may just take him up on that offer. A couple of custom flipper coil bobbins so I can wind my own coils.

    What 3d material would handle the heat?. The wiring I'm using is 300c rating but the plastic will never get that hot and if it does it's toast anyway.

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    My latest print was a pair of knobs for some Atari paddles I found in a skip.
    As found.

    Cleaned up.

    And now complete and useable.
    Cheers Trev.

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    Those Atari paddles turned out great!
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    Now that's a great use for a 3d printer, right there

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    They're a little bit taller than they should be but hey so am I.

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