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Piston Pin Plug

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I was wondering if somebody would be willing to print a couple of piston pin plugs for me.

They are small, 18mm dia about 4mm thick. I have an STL file that loads into Cura ok.

They are to test an idea I have for a part to stop the exhaust port shorting to the transfer port on my two stroke engine. The part won't be used in a working engine as PLA wouldn't last more than a couple of revolutions.

I am toying with the idea of getting an Ultimaker but it won't be until late summer.

I am located in the UK if interested please message me with your email address and I will send you the .STL file

Thanks

Mark

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