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Discussion in 'Pics and Videos Buffet' started by HISSMAN, Jan 2, 2020.
Now I want one too!! Especially for under $300.
I have seen some 3D printed trigger groups for AR lowers too. I actually have a polymer AR lower, not built by a 3D printer, it’s one I bought. If similar material is used in a 3D printer I think it’d hold up well.
Trigger groups printed in metal? I have 2 Poly80 AR lowers, and a few different P80 Glock lowers. I haven't built the AR lowers, but the Glock ones have been 100% so far. I don't see a AR lower with what is readily available filament wise to most home users working/lasting. I am sure someone has already tried/trying it though.
I’m a little disappointed you didn’t make a dick.
A big veiny bastard.
How do you know?
Just finished the oldest kids. Now on to the 2 year old’s.
A quickly made one for my 2 year old overnight. I didn’t spend any real time smoothing it in cad, but for being on the quick, she loves it.
Yeah, pretty neat!
Nice! Now get Fusion 360
Oh, I have full blown autocad mechanical desktop and 3D design, as well as fusion. I just haven't needed anything that powerful yet.
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Are you going to print one on the right for you?
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THAT is interesting, Jeff. My buddy has been known to talk some untruths. This time I thought he knew what he was talking about. I was wrong. LOL.
That is a great idea!
Now, you can do what he is saying, like if you want to scan in an object, but that is the only reason.
As hissman said this is not correct. There are so so many templates out there that you can make so much from these templates with out even needing a Scanner. The advantage of the scanner is if you have a 1 off that you can't find/modify/create your own template you can scan it and have it but for sure not needed.
Hissman this is really cool. I have gotten into 3D scanning a bit and once I got good at it I was going to start 3D printing. I will have to look into the printer you have. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks back at you! This printer has been going non stop since Christmas. I do recommend this upgrade kit. Everyone says that the machine runs even better with it. I have it, but I haven't installed it yet. The one item in the kit that I do see as a need is the bed springs. The stock springs just don't hold their position well enough, and I need to make small adjustments to the bed height after a couple models are made. The replacements should hold the bed level almost indefinitely.