Discussion in 'Workshop Benches' started by paul_l, Mar 1, 2016.
I'm not getting it at all.
72% done - and no its not a plastic honey comb
The interesting bit shopuld happen soon - I hope
Is it finished yet ?
Are we there yet Mister ????????
You`ve got me guessing what it is???........haven`t got a clue????
That looks a high tech method of making 3D plastic holes
Is it a cooling fan bracket to go with the cooling duct ??
I know! its a left handed tweezle warbler!!!!!!!!!
Pete, (I will just get me coat)
Is it a chew toy for Lulu?
Darth Vaders Breast tplate?
Window Frames for a scalescene's building?
Are we there yet.....Mister??????........
http://www.clickGormo....oh by the way.....I think it`s Art Deco Licorice slabs.!!!!
A slice of burnt toast ?
So 8h29m later and the print has finished, I'm really satisfied with the surface finish, but I can fill it with pva and lightly sand smooth. I think the tempreture needs increasing, so I've gone for 210c from 200c
Just as a teaser, I've started printing the remaining parts
4 parts in all
and so the big reveal
A mitre chopping block, the handle, mitre, and two clamping dogs are what is currently printing
Just need to sort out the settings for this new filament, and the blue and white filament.
The bits of blue is the remnants of the painters tape - its certainly sticking now
Well you had us all fooled there Paul...
Now that makes a lot of sense........using your new tool to make other useful tools.
and for lateral thinking and innovation.....Well done Sir..!!!
Pretty clever .... a chip maker .......can you make a hammer .......
They do make plastic faced hammers, Gormo,-maybe not in 7lb or 28lb sizes yet, but Toto could commission one!!!
Or he could just pick up a car battery and drop it - they tend to be heavy and covered in plastic.
take my money, I want one
Well I was nearly right.............