Thanks for that. Looks pretty good in the photo. Any gaps? All looks pretty tight. I'll pm the address thanks, be interesting to see someone else's attempt. Wall thickness here btw was 1.2mm so a multiple of the 0.4mm nozzle.
Lad did copy the original, originally, with the handle higher up.
I left him to draw it (done in Fusion) with no oversight by me. Looking at the one he's done he could have radiused the bottom and vertical rear edges.
How long did it take, temperatures and what material?
Can you draw it, with dimensions?Just a question for all you 3Ders, has anyone printed slip-on plastic jaw covers for a lathe? Strikes me that they would be good when holding easily marked work pieces when turning?
I've searched the usual suspects but can find none commercially available?
I am sure it could be done quite easily with relevant measurements as ajelectronics has already said. I don't know how practical they would be though as I think the jaw pressure on them would cause them to split easily.Just a question for all you 3Ders, has anyone printed slip-on plastic jaw covers for a lathe?
as I think the jaw pressure on them would cause them to split easily.
One of the plastics will be fine in compression.