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Haven't posted here in a while,

I had an order for a Stargate I haven't made in a long time, and I lost one of the parts molds,

so I thought why not print it and make a new mold :)

Printed in PLA white

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cleaned up the part, made 10  copies (1 extra), in tinted resin.

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and painted these in the same paint scheme as the rest of the Stargate.

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and whole gate, just to show off :)

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The Stargate is 1 meter (40") in diameter

 

nice work!

how did you do the resin cast?

cheers!

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Posted · Post your latest print!

nice work!

how did you do the resin cast?

cheers!

 

I made a silicone mold of the part, and cast it 10 times,

I already made a new mold, that has all 10 parts in one mold.

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Posted · Post your latest print!

I made a silicone mold of the part, and cast it 10 times,

I already made a new mold, that has all 10 parts in one mold.

cool!

what kind of resin do you use?

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Posted · Post your latest print!

Made myself a bracket to hold UM2 electronics.... as a testbench and most likely the start of a long self-build journey...

Was curious about the chinese clone electronics (and did not want to spend the money ultimaker is asking...), sofar the only thing I found is that they placed all temp sensor connectors up-side-down :) not a big deal, just need to bend them up a little... it works ok, did not jet test it with any motors.

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Posted · Post your latest print!

cool!

what kind of resin do you use?

 

Just your average epoxy resin, tinted to a specific colour and transparency :)

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Hey guy's.

Its been a while since I posted anything on here so I thought I'd share this with you.

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Although this is my first post in a long time, I've still been lurking in the forums and I have to say I'm blown away by some of the stuff you guys have been printing. Seriously inspiring stuff! I've just launched my new website so head over to see some 3D renders of this guy

leohaslam.com

Cheers

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Posted · Post your latest print!

Wow. Is that a rendering or did you actually print and paint that?

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Thanks. It's a print. PLA, 200 mm tall, 0.06 layer height. Painted with Citadel Miniature paints.

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my new comercial work. promo toy robot for comany REC in Russia. 36 sm robot height

 

Amazing! Do you do much post-processing to your prints?

 

no. thanks

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Thanks. It's a print. PLA, 200 mm tall, 0.06 layer height. Painted with Citadel Miniature paints.

 

I would not believe you if I had not seen "the Grinner" of your website in earlier pages of this topic!

it looks SO awesome. look at those teeth!

Love it!

Cheers!

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Posted · Post your latest print!

thought I'd try something new, I have seen a guy here make a cool ninja style tinkerplay. I got some filament laying around so i'd though id make... a monkey-ish-thing?

my experience, it works great! I only have some general problems with support and ball shapes, but overall im quite pleased with the "tinkerplay" experience.

pic:

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anyone else like to share their home made boinicles?

Cheers!

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Posted · Post your latest print!

That is so cool, but where did you see my mother in law....?

Can we see some close-ups?

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That is so cool, but where did you see my mother in law....?

Can we see some close-ups?

 

lol. well hopefully it skips a generation.

I'll post some close ups when I get home later.

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This is obviously doesn't come anywhere close to the amazing works of the art that were posted here in the old good days of the forum.

However, I made this fridge magnet for a colleague of mine who wanted to make a birthday gift to his expecting wife.

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As he says, the positive effect was overwhelming.

So I'm just happy having made their day. :-)

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Thanks guys!

The Superglue did the trick with the magnet as well as with the attachment of the red and the white PLA.

My colleague was very happy indeed, because his wife was very happy with the gift. :-)

So, I got his permission to publish the magnet.

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Posted (edited) · Post your latest print!

Ive made this automata as a birthday present for a good friend of mine.

Its called "Flight of thoughts"

It function as follows:

First a gear is selected, high or low, which determines flight speed and rotational speed of propeller. Then the user determines the flight plane by actuating the control stick

And lastly the motion is formed by turning the crank.

The plane can then be controlled in flight by the control stick.

The design uses a swashplate design to give path, which both rasies and lowers the plane, aswell as choose a fitting nose attitude (pitch). The gears and links are merely for control and actuation.

Pictures:

Overview

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Slight other view

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Plane is loosely basen on a fokker DVI. from ww1

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Control stick

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Crank and gear selector

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Machine declaration (im an engineer afterall XD)

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