Dadio's 3D Printing Stuff

The place to be for printing in 3D.

Moderators: scr8p, klavy69

Dadio
Approved Member
Posts: 3902
Joined: Sun Apr 24, 2016 6:21 pm
Location: Guildford UK
Has thanked: 2340 times
Been thanked: 2017 times

Re: Dadio's 3D Printing Stuff

Post by Dadio »

Frankentruck wrote: Fri Jun 02, 2023 9:22 pm I think monster is a perfect descriptive name for it. It's such a composition of different design styles.
What's really weird is like Hirobo , Ishipla was known for helicopters and in the 80s they were rocket science compared to buggy s .
If a jobs not worth doing then its certainly not worth doing well.
A problem shared is a problem halved but an advantage shared is no advantage at all.

User avatar
silvertriple
Approved Member
Posts: 1719
Joined: Sun May 02, 2021 2:31 pm
Location: France, Isere
Has thanked: 613 times
Been thanked: 924 times

Re: Dadio's 3D Printing Stuff

Post by silvertriple »

Dadio wrote: Fri Jun 02, 2023 9:36 pm
Frankentruck wrote: Fri Jun 02, 2023 9:22 pm I think monster is a perfect descriptive name for it. It's such a composition of different design styles.
What's really weird is like Hirobo , Ishipla was known for helicopters and in the 80s they were rocket science compared to buggy s .
Well... But if you look at the first Hirobo car, it's quite impressive what it brought into the rc car world :
- first 1/10 Offroad EP 4WD
- belt driven
- quite good possibilities of adjustment for the suspensions

And it was early 1983. Most genetics of the modern 1/10 rc cars were present in this car...
I buy kits to build and ru(i)n them :-)

Dadio
Approved Member
Posts: 3902
Joined: Sun Apr 24, 2016 6:21 pm
Location: Guildford UK
Has thanked: 2340 times
Been thanked: 2017 times

Re: Dadio's 3D Printing Stuff

Post by Dadio »

silvertriple wrote: Sat Jun 03, 2023 8:42 am
Dadio wrote: Fri Jun 02, 2023 9:36 pm
Frankentruck wrote: Fri Jun 02, 2023 9:22 pm I think monster is a perfect descriptive name for it. It's such a composition of different design styles.
What's really weird is like Hirobo , Ishipla was known for helicopters and in the 80s they were rocket science compared to buggy s .
Well... But if you look at the first Hirobo car, it's quite impressive what it brought into the rc car world :
- first 1/10 Offroad EP 4WD
- belt driven
- quite good possibilities of adjustment for the suspensions

And it was early 1983. Most genetics of the modern 1/10 rc cars were present in this car...
Absolutely, the Hirobo cars were well ahead , adjustable camber double wishbone suspension with C hub carriers , front kick up , belt drive , glass fibre reinforced nylon suspension components and all in 1983 :shock:
If a jobs not worth doing then its certainly not worth doing well.
A problem shared is a problem halved but an advantage shared is no advantage at all.

User avatar
silvertriple
Approved Member
Posts: 1719
Joined: Sun May 02, 2021 2:31 pm
Location: France, Isere
Has thanked: 613 times
Been thanked: 924 times

Re: Dadio's 3D Printing Stuff

Post by silvertriple »

Dadio wrote: Sat Jun 03, 2023 9:44 am Absolutely, the Hirobo cars were well ahead , adjustable camber double wishbone suspension with C hub carriers , front kick up , belt drive , glass fibre reinforced nylon suspension components and all in 1983 :shock:
As per my understanding, it was only pure Nylon in 1983 for Hirobo. I believe the Nylon Reinforced with fibers came with the Alien...
I buy kits to build and ru(i)n them :-)

Dadio
Approved Member
Posts: 3902
Joined: Sun Apr 24, 2016 6:21 pm
Location: Guildford UK
Has thanked: 2340 times
Been thanked: 2017 times

Re: Dadio's 3D Printing Stuff

Post by Dadio »

silvertriple wrote: Sat Jun 03, 2023 9:56 am
Dadio wrote: Sat Jun 03, 2023 9:44 am Absolutely, the Hirobo cars were well ahead , adjustable camber double wishbone suspension with C hub carriers , front kick up , belt drive , glass fibre reinforced nylon suspension components and all in 1983 :shock:
As per my understanding, it was only pure Nylon in 1983 for Hirobo. I believe the Nylon Reinforced with fibers came with the Alien...
Your probably right .
If a jobs not worth doing then its certainly not worth doing well.
A problem shared is a problem halved but an advantage shared is no advantage at all.

Dadio
Approved Member
Posts: 3902
Joined: Sun Apr 24, 2016 6:21 pm
Location: Guildford UK
Has thanked: 2340 times
Been thanked: 2017 times

Re: Dadio's 3D Printing Stuff

Post by Dadio »

more monster
assembly v21.png
If a jobs not worth doing then its certainly not worth doing well.
A problem shared is a problem halved but an advantage shared is no advantage at all.

Dadio
Approved Member
Posts: 3902
Joined: Sun Apr 24, 2016 6:21 pm
Location: Guildford UK
Has thanked: 2340 times
Been thanked: 2017 times

Re: Dadio's 3D Printing Stuff

Post by Dadio »

I just discovered something in Cura that's solved a gear printing problem I came up against , I was trying to print a low tooth count 0.8 mod gear and when I sliced it it was in a lot of places just printing the outer wall and leaving the tooth virtually hollow like a vase print .
cog 0.4 wall.png
I tried a ton of things to resolve the problem until I stumbled on this , you can in Cura adjust the outer wall line width , I've used this function on vase prints (a vase print is only one wall thick and mostly used for printing light weight vases ) to make them stronger and water proof by making the wall wider , in this case I went the other way and instead of a 0.4 mm wall width I went for 0.3 mm and it worked perfectly .
cog 0.3 wall.png
I think I may have invented something useful for a change !
If a jobs not worth doing then its certainly not worth doing well.
A problem shared is a problem halved but an advantage shared is no advantage at all.

Dadio
Approved Member
Posts: 3902
Joined: Sun Apr 24, 2016 6:21 pm
Location: Guildford UK
Has thanked: 2340 times
Been thanked: 2017 times

Re: Dadio's 3D Printing Stuff

Post by Dadio »

Drew up and printed the reduction gear , it's to replace a gear in the Ishipla Monster that runs on a bushing that has no equivalent bearing so this one can take two 6x3x3 flanged bearings
20230611_193551.jpg
20230611_193605.jpg
20230611_194325.jpg
If a jobs not worth doing then its certainly not worth doing well.
A problem shared is a problem halved but an advantage shared is no advantage at all.

Dadio
Approved Member
Posts: 3902
Joined: Sun Apr 24, 2016 6:21 pm
Location: Guildford UK
Has thanked: 2340 times
Been thanked: 2017 times

Re: Dadio's 3D Printing Stuff

Post by Dadio »

I just found another part that had poor wall quality with 0.4 outer wall so I tried 0.3 and its perfect again
this is an RC10 caster block and you can see a dip in the wall at 0.4 mm wall
Screenshot 2023-06-12 192205.png
now with the 0.3 mm wall .
Screenshot 2023-06-12 193437.png
If a jobs not worth doing then its certainly not worth doing well.
A problem shared is a problem halved but an advantage shared is no advantage at all.

Dadio
Approved Member
Posts: 3902
Joined: Sun Apr 24, 2016 6:21 pm
Location: Guildford UK
Has thanked: 2340 times
Been thanked: 2017 times

Re: Dadio's 3D Printing Stuff

Post by Dadio »

Two days ago I received a Bambu Labs P1P , the following day an upgrade package of parts to run abrasive filaments , jumbo cooling fan and a fan for the control board as I intend to make an enclosure for it , anyway I just finished fitting all the kit of parts and I've run a few prints , man oh man this thing is good ! its one thing to read reviews or watch them on YouTube but to actually see it is another thing , once I have it enclosed I can't see me using my other printers ever again ! its producing better prints at three times or more the speed , it doesn't look real watching it :shock:
If a jobs not worth doing then its certainly not worth doing well.
A problem shared is a problem halved but an advantage shared is no advantage at all.

clm
Approved Member
Posts: 942
Joined: Wed Aug 07, 2013 9:25 am
Location: Oregon Coast
Has thanked: 100 times
Been thanked: 206 times

Re: Dadio's 3D Printing Stuff

Post by clm »

You are making me jealous here man! lol :)
Losi - Jrx2, Pro, Jr2, Pro SE, JrxT, JrT, LXT, NXT, XXKE, XXTG+
Mini - T, LST, LST2, Crawler
Micro - Trekker, SCT, T
Crawlers - Trx4 Defender, Bootleg Bruiser Shelf Queen
-Bashers under contruction- Jrx2

User avatar
silvertriple
Approved Member
Posts: 1719
Joined: Sun May 02, 2021 2:31 pm
Location: France, Isere
Has thanked: 613 times
Been thanked: 924 times

Re: Dadio's 3D Printing Stuff

Post by silvertriple »

I can't say that I'm surprised, based on y own experience with the X1C... Looking forward to see your amazing prints...
I buy kits to build and ru(i)n them :-)

Dadio
Approved Member
Posts: 3902
Joined: Sun Apr 24, 2016 6:21 pm
Location: Guildford UK
Has thanked: 2340 times
Been thanked: 2017 times

Re: Dadio's 3D Printing Stuff

Post by Dadio »

Printed this Ishipla Monster chassis today but being a dumb ass I printed the wrong file , now waiting another 4 hours for the proper version to print lol , super impressed with the quality especially the ironing feature that gives a smoothed finish to flat top surfaces.
20230703_153356.jpg
20230703_153340.jpg
20230703_153308.jpg
If a jobs not worth doing then its certainly not worth doing well.
A problem shared is a problem halved but an advantage shared is no advantage at all.

User avatar
Frankentruck
Super Member
Posts: 2773
Joined: Fri Feb 19, 2021 2:59 pm
Location: Texas, USA
Has thanked: 1704 times
Been thanked: 1935 times

Re: Dadio's 3D Printing Stuff

Post by Frankentruck »

Oooo.... very nice! Is that print file from your own measurements?

{edit- I guess it would be. I forgot you modelled the entire buggy.}
Frankensteined RC10T3 / Franky Jr RC10GT-e (x2) / A+ stamp / Toy Story RC / Graphite replica / B1.5 BFG 5LTi / Clonewald / Hyper Hornet

"I love the effort, but it sure looks like you took the long way around to a tub again"

User avatar
silvertriple
Approved Member
Posts: 1719
Joined: Sun May 02, 2021 2:31 pm
Location: France, Isere
Has thanked: 613 times
Been thanked: 924 times

Re: Dadio's 3D Printing Stuff

Post by silvertriple »

Dadio wrote: Mon Jul 03, 2023 2:52 pm Printed this Ishipla Monster chassis today but being a dumb ass I printed the wrong file , now waiting another 4 hours for the proper version to print lol , super impressed with the quality especially the ironing feature that gives a smoothed finish to flat top surfaces.
20230703_153356.jpg20230703_153340.jpg20230703_153308.jpg
I've not played with ironing yet, as most of my prints until now were not requiring it, and most often than not having curved top : and for this adaptative layers gives very nice results...
I buy kits to build and ru(i)n them :-)

  • Similar Topics
    Replies
    Views
    Last post
  • SilverTriple's printing stuff...
    by silvertriple » » in 3D Printing
    195 Replies
    6878 Views
    Last post by silvertriple
  • 3d printing some SRB stuff
    by j-sou » » in 3D Printing
    20 Replies
    4762 Views
    Last post by finman
  • Dadio's Airbrush Play
    by Dadio » » in R/C Off-Topic / Chit-Chat
    6 Replies
    593 Views
    Last post by Dadio
  • Dadio's Humble Historic Collection
    by Dadio » » in The Gallery
    0 Replies
    1803 Views
    Last post by Dadio
  • Dadio's latest dumb question
    by Dadio » » in Vintage Electronics
    11 Replies
    675 Views
    Last post by threesheds
  • 3D Printing
    by Smooth » » in 3D Printing
    3 Replies
    1229 Views
    Last post by Smooth
  • 3D printing.
    by OMC-Mikey » » in 3D Printing
    10 Replies
    1939 Views
    Last post by j-sou
  • 3D Printing Parts
    by gtrgeo » » in 3D Printing
    6 Replies
    1192 Views
    Last post by LoCoCNC

Return to “3D Printing”

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No User AvatarCommonCrawl [Bot] and 0 guests