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silvertriple wrote: Mon Jul 03, 2023 4:21 pm
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.
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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've done ironing before on my Creality printers and Cura but the Bambu Lab just does it better , it's shiny :D
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This is just a bit of nonsense, an articulated print in place dragon in two colour silk filament , really showcases what the P1P can do
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Yeah, this is always impressive...
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Just finished and fitted the Ishipla Monster chassis , I was not planning on using it but it feels so much stronger than the beaten up original that I think I will , maybe later I'll get one Pro printed.
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Started designing a complete car today , object is to make an indestructible 3d printed car out of mostly TPU .
It's to have a minimum of parts , here i have the front suspension printed in only 5 parts .
It uses live pivot joints like I think it was the Kyosho Icarus ?
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Started modelling the Mugen Bulldog , all four suspension corners are the same parts so it's a bit like cheating.
The balljoint sockets are a little tight with FDM home printing and will need a little more clearance, may not be needed for pro print shops , the rest is good to go .
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Nice work. The Mucgen Mercury arms are slightly more complex... I need to get back to it, by the way: now that the Marui gearset is done, it is really time for it :-)
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More Mugen Bulldog , transmission housing done .
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For the Eagle eyed this one has a few minor additions to optimise it for FDM printing.
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Dadio wrote: Sat Jul 22, 2023 4:19 pm More Mugen Bulldog , transmission housing done .20230722_170507.jpg
For the Eagle eyed this one has a few minor additions to optimise it for FDM printing.
It's difficult to see when you can't compare with the original part, my friend :-)
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More Mugen Bulldog , transmission housing done .
For the Eagle eyed this one has a few minor additions to optimise it for FDM printing.
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It's difficult to see when you can't compare with the original part, my friend :-)
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There are several paired posts that come out of the top and bottom of the transmission casing , I just added a web between them and extended it to bed level (only 1mm) , I also put a 45 degree chamfer on some overhangs
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Dadio wrote: Sat Jul 22, 2023 7:37 pm More Mugen Bulldog , transmission housing done .
For the Eagle eyed this one has a few minor additions to optimise it for FDM printing.
It's difficult to see when you can't compare with the original part, my friend :-)
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There are several paired posts that come out of the top and bottom of the transmission casing , I just added a web between them and extended it to bed level (only 1mm) , I also put a 45 degree chamfer on some overhangs
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I suspected that, but as I don't know the Mugen Bulldog, I wasn't sure :-)
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I just found that I can fit the PB Mini Mustang chassis on the P1P print bed in one piece :D
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Mini Mustang chassis in CF PETG , going to work on a diff that uses Hotshot bevel gears as parts are very scarce now for the Mustang
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Nice prints :-)
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silvertriple wrote: Fri Aug 11, 2023 6:36 pm Nice prints :-)
Thanks , been working on the diff , looks possible .
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