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  1. Version 1.0

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    Description: This is my second rotary knob for my Ultimaker 2+ 3D printer. This time with the Ultimaker robot in very good print quality. Materials and methods: Rotary Knob: Material: PLA, 2,85 mm (Innofil) Colour PLA: black Nozzle: 0,25 mm Layer thickness: 0,15 mm Temperature nozzle: 240°C Temperature buildplate: 60°C 3D-Printer: Ultimaker 2+ Colouring: rubber black, special-acrylic-resin-spray (TS-82 from Tamiya) Ultimaker robot: Material: PLA, 2,85 mm (Innofil) Colour PLA: silver metallic Nozzle: 0,25 mm Layer thickness: 0,06 mm Temperature nozzle: 240°C Temperature buildplate: 60°C 3D-Printer: Ultimaker 2+ Colouring: Humbrol Enamel silver (number 191met) Sorry for my bad English.
  2. Version 1.0

    963 downloads

    Description The standard knob of Ultimaker did not really appeal to me because it was relatively difficult, e.g. to set the temperatures from 0 to 240 ° C. With this rotary knob you can enter such values quickly. Update 05.02.2017: Increase the outside diameter of the knob by 1.50 mm. Acceleration of the printing process. Materials and methods Rotary Knob: Material: PLA, 2,85 mm (Innofil) Colour PLA: white Nozzle: 0,25 mm Layer thickness: 0,15 mm Temperature nozzle: 240°C Temperature buildplate: 60°C 3D-Printer: Ultimaker 2+ Colouring: white, special-acrylic-resin-spray (TS-26 from Tamiya) Cross: Material: PLA, 2,85 mm (Innofil) Colour PLA: silver metallic Nozzle: 0,25 mm Layer thickness: 0,06 mm Temperature nozzle: 240°C Temperature buildplate: 60°C 3D-Printer: Ultimaker 2+ Colouring: EMAIL COLOR silver (number 90 from Revell) The cross was printed with a supporting structure, which also closed the recess in the cross-center, for placing on the rotary knob. This structure must be cut out with a pointed object. Sorry for my bad English.
  3. Version 1.0

    736 downloads

    Beschreibung in deutscher Sprache: Für den Einbau meines FPV Immersion RC 5,8 GHZ 25mW Senders an meinem RC-Car-Chassis, habe ich mir dieses Gehäuse ausgedacht. Der Deckel lässt sich relativ leicht am Gehäuse anbringen und wieder entfernen. Durch die Befestigung des Gehäuses an einer glatten Oberfläche des Chassis (doppelseitiges Klebeband mit starker Klebekraft), der Anbringung der Antenne am Sender und einem festsitzenden Anschluss wird ein sicherer Sitz gewährleistet. Material: PLA, 2,85 mm (Innofil) Farbe: Schwarz Düse: 0,4 mm Profil: Fast Print (Standard) Temperatur Düse: 220°C Temperatur Glasplatte: 60°C Lackierung: schwarz, Spezial-Acryl-Harz-Spray (TS-14 von Tamiya) Description in English: For the installation of my FPV Immersion RC 5,8 GHZ 25mW transmitter on my RC Car chassis, I thought this case. The cover can be attached and removed relatively easily. By attaching the housing to a smooth surface of the chassis (double-sided adhesive tape with strong adhesive force), the attachment of the antenna to the transmitter and a fixed connection, a secure fit is ensured. Sorry for my bad English. Material: PLA, 2,85 mm (Innofil) Farbe: black Nozzle: 0,4 mm Profil: Fast Print (Standard) Temperature nozzle: 220°C Temperature buildplate: 60°C Finish: black, special-acrylic-resin-spray (TS-14 from Tamiya)
  4. Version 1.0

    715 downloads

    Description: An additional steering arm for transferring the servo movement to the front wheel axle of the TT01 Type-E chassis from TAMIYA. Materials and methods: Material: PLA, 2,85 mm (Innofil) Farbe: black Nozzle: 0,4 mm Profil: Fast Print (Standard) Temperature nozzle: 220°C Temperature buildplate: 60°C Finish: black, special-acrylic-resin-spray (TS-14 from Tamiya)
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