Handy 3d prints for the workshop

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    Started this thread to share handy 3d prints for the workshop, either own designs or thingiverse stuff you found is welcome!

    Feel free to contribute.
     
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    I will post a few photos of items perhaps anyone who has the links can add them?
     
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    This is just a thread set up to give us 3d printer envy.

    Love it, keep it coming!
     
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    Knew I shouldn’t have opened this thread now I want a printer
     
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  13. BelgiqueB Member

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    Another one i printed today:

    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2811444

    Caliper radius gauge, did a quick test and is about 0.1mm accurate, more than enough for i would need it! Comes with a link to a calculator.

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  14. jordan1 Member

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    Great stuff, how cost effective are they?.
     
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  15. knighty Forum Supporter

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    I print in ABS, works out about £20/kg

    there's other costs (parts ware out etc.) but that's hardly anything

    I think ABS is one of the dearer plastics, but I like it, it's good and strong

    it's shocking how light and how strong things are when printed... most of the time they weigh hardly anything - which at under £20/kg means it cosats naff all
     
  16. ukracer Forum Supporter

    And if you use Steadytech ABS Pro it's only a tenner when on offer and prints as easy as PLA. Stronger less warping and less fumes (allegedly)
     
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  17. ukracer Forum Supporter

    Ok mate I will keep looking. ;)
     
  18. BelgiqueB Member

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    I made those parts but deleted the files after printing so you won't find them. Simple stuff like that only takes a couple of mins to draw up so I don't save them.
     
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  20. knighty Forum Supporter

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    I thought ABS is stronger then PLA ? that's why I used it at first... just stuck with it since then

    what is it / what does it do?
     
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