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3D Printing Parts

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Re: 3D Printing Parts 2023/06/21 12:15:09 (permalink)
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A,hemm.. eBayexpress !!
Only cause I got ebuy plus and saved $135 ..
No rush Deano, I haven't built the cubical printer yet
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Re: 3D Printing Parts 2023/06/23 13:41:52 (permalink)
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was it Drewdog that was wanting these printed?:
 
Not mine, taken from a UK FB group and selling for about 15 pounds a set of 3.
 
Look like the only concern again is the filament used.
I think creep from  the heat would be an eventual problem though with alot of common filament.
 

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Re: 3D Printing Parts 2023/06/24 14:54:32 (permalink)
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Thats the one Deano, the middle, double ones are hard to find, wonder if he has the outside single ones too.
Good to see someone doing them, guess I'll just put my originals on my spare, numbers match engine for another day.

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