[FOR SALE][Worldwide] 3D-Printed Screw Brackets

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Re: [FOR SALE] 3D-Printed Screw Brackets

Post by benoliver999 » Sat Jul 02, 2016 12:36 am

Akina86 wrote:Great minds think alike! i did this too and it works great! i also messed around with control boards using the conductive tape method you used for the additional buttons, but eventually bought a kitch board.IMG_1675.JPG
That's really cool! What material did you use for the top bracket?

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Re: [FOR SALE] 3D-Printed Screw Brackets

Post by jlane52641 » Sat Jul 02, 2016 3:58 am

In for 2 wermy, thanks!

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Re: [FOR SALE] 3D-Printed Screw Brackets

Post by MiL0 » Sat Jul 02, 2016 6:01 pm

benoliver999 wrote:Would anyone be interested if I got a small run of these printed for EU shipping? I reckon I could get them done for £5 a piece, shipped.
Yes - I would definitely be interested! I'm in Brighton, UK.

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Re: [FOR SALE] 3D-Printed Screw Brackets

Post by RazorX » Sat Jul 02, 2016 6:40 pm

yeah i live in the uk too so im interested

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Re: [FOR SALE] 3D-Printed Screw Brackets

Post by Akina86 » Sat Jul 02, 2016 7:15 pm

benoliver999 wrote:
Akina86 wrote:Great minds think alike! i did this too and it works great! i also messed around with control boards using the conductive tape method you used for the additional buttons, but eventually bought a kitch board.IMG_1675.JPG
That's really cool! What material did you use for the top bracket?
i used PLA, it seems to be holding nicely. i would imagine it might not be the best material if you are going to open and close it a lot, but for occasional inspection or battery replacement, i think it will be just fine.

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Post by scbailey94 » Sat Jul 02, 2016 7:16 pm

Yeah I'm in the uk and interested as well
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Re: [FOR SALE] 3D-Printed Screw Brackets

Post by Janicka » Sun Jul 03, 2016 1:20 am

This might seem like a strange question. Does anyone have any idea of the approximate time it would take to print this in PLA or resin? I've found a local place (Australia) that charges in 15min increments. Wouldn't mind knowing how much i could potentially be up for.

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Re: [FOR SALE] 3D-Printed Screw Brackets

Post by BadBert » Sun Jul 03, 2016 1:24 am

Nice!

Downloaded the file!
Will be printing this myself!

Will it be ok printed in PLA?
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Re: [FOR SALE] 3D-Printed Screw Brackets

Post by wermy » Sun Jul 03, 2016 8:09 am

BadBert wrote:Nice!

Downloaded the file!
Will be printing this myself!

Will it be ok printed in PLA?
PLA isn't as strong, but it should work. The screw holes will likely just strip easier.
Janicka wrote:This might seem like a strange question. Does anyone have any idea of the approximate time it would take to print this in PLA or resin? I've found a local place (Australia) that charges in 15min increments. Wouldn't mind knowing how much i could potentially be up for.
It takes me something like 18 minutes to print one on my Lulzbot Mini. No idea about resin... But I assume that means using SLA printing? I wouldn't recommend that for this bracket.
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Re: [FOR SALE] 3D-Printed Screw Brackets

Post by chiz » Sun Jul 03, 2016 1:52 pm

wermy wrote:
BadBert wrote:Nice!

Downloaded the file!
Will be printing this myself!

Will it be ok printed in PLA?
PLA isn't as strong, but it should work. The screw holes will likely just strip easier.
If this does happen, one can put a small drop of CA (super glue) and make it tight again. I do this all time when I wear out plastic screw posts.

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