Would someone be willing to print?

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AFK66
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Would someone be willing to print?

Post by AFK66 » Wed Aug 06, 2014 5:29 pm

Good afternoon,

I've found somethings I'd like to play with on Thingiverse, and was wondering if someone would be willing to make them, I would paypal for shipping and your material / time. I haven't made the jump to purchasing a 3d printer yet and would like to see how these upgrades turn out to help make my decision, I apologize if this is something I'm not allowed to post in this section.

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:356934

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:74301 - 8 of them

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:252141


Thank you for your time!
Shapeoko 2 - Acme Rod/Belt Drive, Nema 23 steppers, 300 Watt Spindle - other wise stock
Shapeoko 2 inspired custom build - 1500 X 1000mm, Routakit HD Z and X axis setup, Nema 23 276oz steppers, 800 Watt Spindle, Geck 540/ Soigeneris STDR-4C controlled.

secretspy711
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Re: Would someone be willing to print?

Post by secretspy711 » Wed Aug 06, 2014 5:36 pm

I'm curious if the x axis blocks help or hurt? Is it just supposed to increase stiffness over the aluminum spacers?
Shapeoko 2 #5510: 1200 x 500 mm, Makita RT0701

AFK66
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Re: Would someone be willing to print?

Post by AFK66 » Wed Aug 06, 2014 7:03 pm

I saw them and thought the X axis blocks could be interesting, I wanted to see if I could get some printed to test them to see if they are a benefit or not. I'm with you on the curiosity.
Shapeoko 2 - Acme Rod/Belt Drive, Nema 23 steppers, 300 Watt Spindle - other wise stock
Shapeoko 2 inspired custom build - 1500 X 1000mm, Routakit HD Z and X axis setup, Nema 23 276oz steppers, 800 Watt Spindle, Geck 540/ Soigeneris STDR-4C controlled.

crazeegeek
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Re: Would someone be willing to print?

Post by crazeegeek » Wed Aug 06, 2014 7:13 pm

If you can't find anyone here, check out 3dhubs. I have used it a couple times for stuff I needed printed.

secretspy711
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Re: Would someone be willing to print?

Post by secretspy711 » Wed Aug 06, 2014 7:20 pm

I've also used makexyz.com, people usually offer their services much cheaper than shapeways.
Shapeoko 2 #5510: 1200 x 500 mm, Makita RT0701

dataway
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Re: Would someone be willing to print?

Post by dataway » Wed Aug 06, 2014 7:42 pm

Sure I would be happy to print them for you I just need to know what kind of material, PLA, ABS, Nylon

PM me directly and we can work it out

John
Shapeoko 2, Dewalt DW660 1/4" shaft/ 1/8" shaft, 3D printed Dust Shoe,Dual Y Axis.

BruceJ
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Re: Would someone be willing to print?

Post by BruceJ » Tue May 19, 2015 5:27 am

Have you got your stuff printed?

AFK66
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Re: Would someone be willing to print?

Post by AFK66 » Tue Jun 09, 2015 1:41 pm

BruceJ wrote:Have you got your stuff printed?
I had completely forgotten about this post, and have went a completely different route as well. Thank you for offering.
Shapeoko 2 - Acme Rod/Belt Drive, Nema 23 steppers, 300 Watt Spindle - other wise stock
Shapeoko 2 inspired custom build - 1500 X 1000mm, Routakit HD Z and X axis setup, Nema 23 276oz steppers, 800 Watt Spindle, Geck 540/ Soigeneris STDR-4C controlled.

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