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Mehridian Sanders

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Salutations all. I just got a 3D printer and am looking forward to using it with the community. If any 3D Modelers have something they want printed please send me your STL file and I will print it up and send to you. Shipping and filament cost only.

 

On top of that .. does anyone feel like taking a swing at a "Double Wide Speech Synth Case" for modelling? (To accommodate the TIPI/32k and Speech Synth?) I really don't have the time the learn 3d modelling as fast as I would like to.

 

Thank you kindly in advance.

 

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40 minutes ago, Mehridian Sanders said:

On a side note found my old 10" Acer Aspire One. Which will run the slicer program with 1g of DDR3. Might just run it right off that.

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Congrats on the 3D printer purchase.  I also took the plunge and bought one a couple of months ago.  Which one did you get?

 

 

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On 7/30/2020 at 9:42 PM, Mehridian Sanders said:

I picked up the Creality Ender Pro 3 .. good price for a starter

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Still a good choice.  I did find the Creality slicer program to be lacking some.  I ended up using Ultimaker Cura for all my prints so far.  

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Still a good choice.  I did find the Creality slicer program to be lacking some.  I ended up using Ultimaker Cura for all my prints so far.  
I opened the advanced menu in slicer, and thought I was reading Cyrillic. Gonna have to teach myself this 3d modelling hoodoo sometime lol


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I use Cura as well. 

 

One thing I kinda want to try some day, is to print some "channels" in the back of some copper-clad perfboard for making a clean wire-wrap style circuit card.

 

(Basically, components go on one side, wires on the other.  The side that gets the wires gets 3D printed on, to create "retention channels" to hold the wires in place, neat and tidy.)

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