Archivi del mese: novembre 2021

Voxelab Aquila- 40k edition.

Voxelab Aquila- 40k edition.
By TheBritishGeek

Just a small addition adding an Aquila.

may the Emperor guide your prints!

November 30, 2021 at 10:06PM
via Thingiverse – Newest Things

DJI FPV-1 Wall Mount

DJI FPV-1 Wall Mount
By robgroove

Print 100% infill with PLA

November 30, 2021 at 10:05PM
via Thingiverse – Newest Things

Killerbody LC70 Rockslider delete

Killerbody LC70 Rockslider delete
By Strt_Fnst

Building a LC70 with BRX01 chassis?
Replaced the Bodymounted Rocksliders with some chassis mounted?

Now how to pop the doors open? Here is the solution.
Works like the original one. Mounting like the original one.

Have fun

November 30, 2021 at 10:04PM
via Thingiverse – Newest Things

Lighthouse candle mold

Lighthouse candle mold
By rkevinball_5591

i used, built a box around it with TurboCAD. I subtracted it, sliced it, added the pins. Hope you can download it

November 30, 2021 at 10:02PM
via Thingiverse – Newest Things

Not a Voron 2.5 R103

Not a Voron 2.5 R103
By ZackKummer

This is a 3D printer I designed and built. Started as a Voron 2.4 but evolved a lot. Prototype built but doesn’t have firmware yet (help would be appreciated).

November 30, 2021 at 10:01PM
via Thingiverse – Newest Things

Two-Stage Dust Collector Recycles Blasting Media

Two-Stage Dust Collector Recycles Blasting Media
By Tom Nardi

A critical element of a good blasting cabinet setup is a vacuum system that can suck out the dust, blasting media, and bits of removed material faster than it collects inside the chamber. A cyclone separator can get the job done, but since it dumps all the waste from the cabinet into one bucket, it can make reusing the blasting material a dirty job. But as [Daniel Bauen] explains in the latest Engineerable video, his two-stage dust collector is able to keep the cabinet clear while separating the used blasting material into its own container.

The cheap dust separator only works on large particles.

Basically, the idea here is to to use two different cyclone separators: one that’s very effective, and a cheap model that’s only able to remove large particulates. By running the air from the cabinet through the cheap separator first, the used blasting media is captured in a dedicated bucket. From there, the air runs through the high-efficiency separator to extract the finer dust. Finally, the shop vacuum [Daniel] is using has its own washable HEPA filter to catch anything that makes it through the two extractors; though he notes that it only rarely needs to be cleaned out.

Normally this system is attached directly to the blasting cabinet, and it does a good job of capturing the bulk of the used blasting media in real-time. But to make sure the media is really cleaned up being using it again, [Daniel] will actually run the contents of the first bucket through the system a few more times to separate out any of the more stubborn dust that might be mixed in.

Of course not everyone has the space, or even the need, for such an elaborate blasting setup. If you’re just trying to quickly clean up some parts on the cheap, you can make a basic blaster for around $6. Good luck capturing the media though.

November 30, 2021 at 10:00PM
via Blog – Hackaday

Skyrim Steel Helmet

Skyrim Steel Helmet
By SpaceLord87

Steel helmet from Skyrim designed in Zbrush. I designed it around a head so it should be wearable. Post a make if you print it thanks!

November 30, 2021 at 09:57PM
via Thingiverse – Newest Things

Top Secret Toyota Supra V12

Top Secret Toyota Supra V12
By whega

Replica model of Smokey Nagata’s Top Secret Toyota Supra V12.
(Scale 1/1000)

November 30, 2021 at 09:56PM
via Thingiverse – Newest Things

Toko Fukawa Scissors

Toko Fukawa Scissors
By TribeXFire

Converted into STL from blender:
Made also separated files and Separated with Hole for screw and also split version to print without supports.
You may Need Scale Parts

November 30, 2021 at 09:53PM
via Thingiverse – Newest Things

MTBIKER cookie cutter

MTBIKER cookie cutter

final version of MTBIKER cookie cutter. Logo of company where I work like mechanik

November 30, 2021 at 09:53PM
via Thingiverse – Newest Things