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Im just started with 3d printing. and i need som help with a project.

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Hi. I'm sorry for my English in the forehand .

I have an idea for a project that I'm having trouble with .

I want to make a cylinder with treading on the inside on both sides of the cylinder( up and down ) . and caps for them.

I watch Youtube and haven't had any luck .

i want i like the pic. but different dimensions

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100mm height

and 19.6mm diameter

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You want relatively large threads like this part:

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:925556

 

Just as a sidenote: Fine threads are possible too. For a C-Mount lens i have printed a thread with 25.4mm diameter and ~0.75mm pitch at 0.08mm layer height and it worked better than the c-mount extension adapters made of aluminium that I bought from ebay. I only added 0.2mm to the diameter, which seems necessary for all vertical holes.

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hi guys. i have tried fusion360.[print=

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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do u think that it will join together?

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