I know when I print holes (If I want them to be snug) I will model them smaller than they need to be, then drill or tap them… by putting in the holes the slicer adds material there… drilling out a regular piece of printed geometry is too weak to use for mounting or anything.
Yes, it is
Every time I watching your 3d printing gallery, I am making something for my home with my 3d printer
Pull the power plug out
Ok, I will print an anti-pull-plug protection next …
There are a huge number of great videos out there about 3D printing, but I would highly recommend these two for anyone interested in the subject… I loved to watch those…
Organizing element for abrasives…
(inspired by this video.)
Great video’s, almost all of the ones I watched. Thanks for posting. I was going to ask if you ever used one of his printing examples and now I see you did.
I immediately noticed that you use Finnish abrasives.
That’s because he likes to give his projects a high quality Finnish.
I’ll get my hat…
(I use Mirka abrasives, too.)
I have never thought myself a great patriot, but I like to see people using things made or designed or originating from here. We’re such a small place, less than 6 million people (area bigger than Poland or the UK, though)
If you wouldn’t export so much wood, we wood not need to sand it…
Maybe they could export it pre-sanded.
If the top part of the print was tapered to a point, could you have saved having to do a fill?
Top, as in the part furthest away from the printer bed. I was imagining a 45 degree slope, which ought to print without needing supports.
First attempt of a TPU damper to support a heavy stone slab as a base for the 3D printer:
Obviously I underestimated the weight
…the next more stable version is already printing …