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3D Printing Gallery

Discussion in '3D Printing' started by bigseb, Jul 2, 2014.

  1. bigseb

    bigseb Alibre Super User

    Post photos of your 3D prints here. Include print settings if you like.

    :D
     
  2. bigseb

    bigseb Alibre Super User

    Bracket.
    Material: ABS
    Layer height: 0.1mm
     

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  3. bigseb

    bigseb Alibre Super User

    Circuit casing for RC builder.
    Material: ABS
    Layer height: 0.1mm
    Wall thickness: 0.8mm
     

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  4. ajayre

    ajayre Alibre Super User

    What is the nozzle size?
     
  5. Kunstmaan

    Kunstmaan Alibre Super User

    Created a piece to be mounted on top of a Gearbox/Stepper assembly to fit a PCB with switches and optocouplers.
    Printed by ShapeWays and shown is the test-rig.
    The 'Red" levers are also 3D printed

    Mareike
     

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  6. bigseb

    bigseb Alibre Super User

    0.4mm
     
  7. bigseb

    bigseb Alibre Super User

    Y-Axis Stepper Mounting Bracket

    Material: ABS
    Layer Height: 0.1mm
    Infill: 100%
     

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  8. MikeHenry

    MikeHenry Alibre Super User

    This is the Cyber Beast from Thingiverse, printed at 0.19 mm layers with with fill and Z-ABS (Zortrax's ABS filament)). It's a little more interesting than the simple parts I've tried thusfar GMD designs.

    Mike
     

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  9. bigseb

    bigseb Alibre Super User

    Guitar nut and bridge:
     

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  10. wildwood58

    wildwood58 Senior Member

    Pencil / business cardholder (full size 2"-600# RFWN Flange) Render & Photo
     

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  11. bigseb

    bigseb Alibre Super User

    What printer did you use?
     
  12. RCH_Projects

    RCH_Projects Alibre Super User

    Hit the "ReCon Engineering" with some gold leaf for "pop!"?
     
  13. wildwood58

    wildwood58 Senior Member

    I used cubify.com
    .......I haven't used them since because their prices more than quadrupled
     
  14. wildwood58

    wildwood58 Senior Member

    It is hard to see in the picture of the actual part (not the rendering) that the extruded text of Re-con Engineering was very fine. I revised the model and re uploaded to Cubify. Original price to print Approximately $70. After I changed that text to extruded cut (same as my name) the price quoted after uploading was over $300 !!

    I contacted Cubify and asked why such a tremendous jump in the price, and was told they had changed the "algorithm" used to calculate the price had changed. Needless to say I did not have my project reprinted and have not used them since.

    They priced themselves out of my business.......I was very satisfied with the print....but I cannot justify those prices
     
  15. bigseb

    bigseb Alibre Super User

    Something I made for my wife; a garlic house for storing garlic and ginger. Material used is HIPS.
     

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  16. bigseb

    bigseb Alibre Super User

    Another one for my wife: a tea buddy. Material is also HIPS.
     

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  17. waltermcleod

    waltermcleod Member

    Seb, I love the garlic housing and want one :D :D
     
  18. bigseb

    bigseb Alibre Super User

    Cheers Wattie. Have a look here. :D
     
  19. bigseb

    bigseb Alibre Super User

    Impeller. High impact polystyrene.
     

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  20. bigseb

    bigseb Alibre Super User

    This is a large flat dish that I originally intended to be a test after switching to a glass build plate. It is 200mm x 130mm x 20mm. The idea was to see if I get could better adhesion with ABS slurry on glass than Kapton and boy did it work. I was never able to print with PLA before because the part would always start curling up at the edges. Not anymore though. This dish stayed stuck to the build platform and is 100% flat (no rocking).

    Material: PLA
    No. of shells: 1
    Infill: 10%
    Floor/roof thickness: 0.4mm
     

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