3D PRINTING

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KAREL
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3D PRINTING

Post by KAREL » Sun 21 Sep 2014, 08:22

I do 3d printing for plastic spares and sell 3d printers and filament to do it yourself
can print any spares you can think of knobs ets that went missing and cant get replacemant
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Re: 3D PRINTING

Post by Johann65 » Sun 21 Sep 2014, 10:34

KAREL wrote:I do 3d printing for plastic spares and sell 3d printers and filament to do it yourself
can print any spares you can think of knobs ets that went missing and cant get replacemant
Where are you located?
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Re: 3D PRINTING

Post by IndianaJones » Sun 21 Sep 2014, 11:54

My imagination is a little limited as to everything that can be "printed" with a 3D printer.
Could you show us some of the stuff you've made?

I assume you can use a variety of plastics, any of those plastics have good resistance against petrol/oil?
Could you make intake manifolds, or air cleaner boxes, or what about bolt-on fender arches/flares, shaker-intakes?

Also what would be the cost involved for something simple, like that gauge pod/shift knob?
What about a complete instrument panel?

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Re: 3D PRINTING

Post by Waterhond » Sun 21 Sep 2014, 16:47

Karel, do you sell scanners as well ?

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Re: 3D PRINTING

Post by KAREL » Sun 21 Sep 2014, 17:26

I am in Montana (Pretoria) I will post some stuff you can print anything you want
and yes I can get scanners as wel I have one

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Re: 3D PRINTING

Post by Rowan » Mon 22 Sep 2014, 16:26

Sounds cool, cant wait to see the pics
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Re: 3D PRINTING

Post by KAREL » Tue 23 Sep 2014, 08:25

Nut covers
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Re: 3D PRINTING

Post by KAREL » Tue 23 Sep 2014, 11:03

Just printed this for my bakkie
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Re: 3D PRINTING

Post by shoedoos » Wed 24 Sep 2014, 04:43

now that you have completed the project, if I had requested those heater knobs, what would it have cost to digitise and print them?

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Re: 3D PRINTING

Post by KAREL » Wed 24 Sep 2014, 06:07

ABOUT R20 ALL 3

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