Alright lads, As you know i've recently bought myself a 3D printer, I'm having plenty of fun with it. One of the first things I printed after getting it fully calibrated and levelled was this tungsten electrode sharpening fitting for using with a dremel. It fits onto a standard side dremel and its got holes for 1.6MM, 2.4MM & 3.2MM tungstens, and they're at all sorts of different angles depending on how you want to prep the tungsten. Now.. The issue is I haven't got a dremel to test this on :P So, i'm wondering if anyone fancies taking this off me and testing it out, giving me some feedback as to how it works out. According to the chap that designed it (not myself, all credit to him) the holes for the tungstens can sometimes be slightly off so might need a warmish tungsten poked through it to just clean it up a bit. I'm more than happy to get additional ones of these printed for anyone who wants to give one a try, would just ask for a little contribution towards the plastic filler and the postage :P Let me know if anyone wants one. Pics below.