You can replace a lot, but you can also look for a better printer tan you have now.SD card reader packed up. Went from slightly intermittent to not playing anymore in about 3 minutes...
Might be time to retire the old girl and replace. She's been going 7 or 8 years, including printing over 5000 mask extenders for the NHS, so probably about worn out now!!
Why you just dont buy pvc sheet 2 mm thick and print details on that one?Another day down the Pub, that's 2Kgs of PETG used so far in this one I should probably buy some buildings it's going to take forever to print the whole village there's a little bit of playmoil still in it, just not a lot anymore.
Clever thinking really clever....hmmmm got one for spare, thanks for the tip......but fine tune your printer will cost more time now, but will save you tremendous amounts of time in the near future, believe me i know what i am talking about.....Today’s little print allows me to mount Proxxon sanding pads to the end of an electric toothbrush to help sand those difficult to reach areas of other 3D printed parts
What scale you using 15mm to the foot?My latest project. I wasn't happy with the Bachmann Lyn I recently purchased. The scale is wrong (13.8mm/ft) and the outswing is too much on my tight curves so I found a rather nice looking 440T which ran on the Schull & Skibbereen Railway. I've decided to adapt the Lyn chassis to 044T similar to another Schull loco as it had outside frames like Lyn.
The body was drawn in TinkerCAD and I'm about half way through printing out the bits.
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I'm hoping t test run her later in the week (weather permitting)