printed speed washer and fender washer

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  • #3937

    chevydan6
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    Is there any reason these parts cant be printed? Just want to make sure before i spend money on them.

    #3940

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    Sure could, I can whip up a set as soon as I finish my coffee. I use the metal so I could tension them more, turns out you don’t usually need much tension on the rollers.

    Thanks for reminding me.

    #3946

    chevydan6
    Participant

    OK lets take this one step further, what about printing the GT2 pulleys?

    #3947

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1105029

    Sorry forgot to publish it, Please give it a shot. high density infill as thin of a layer as you can get.

    There are a ton of pulleys on thingiverse. I have never used one, It depends on how well your printer is printing 100%.

    #4168

    chevydan6
    Participant

    Well I printed both the washers and pulleys, gonna post some pics soon. Washers so far look and work fine. but I dont understand the hole in them in that they are suppose to help with the wireing?

    #4170

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    Yeah just figured it might come in handy. I was going to make a fancy one with the logo on it and all but seemed wasteful.

    #4342

    chevydan6
    Participant

    Printed Washer and pulley

    #5263

    Travis Gagnon
    Participant

    Looks good let me know how this works out as i plan on printing my washers as well. Is that a printed GT2 16T pully on your stepper?

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