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Re: 3D Printing : Arcade Edition Thread
« Reply #120 on: January 19, 2018, 04:43:29 pm »
Ile be finishing all my prints once my paint arrives lol

Though the tank is still a work in progress, Need to print the tracks and guns then prep it all and paint.

Q*bert will be painted soon as my air brush paint arrives :)

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Re: 3D Printing : Arcade Edition Thread
« Reply #121 on: January 19, 2018, 05:05:21 pm »
Doesn't anyone bother finishing anything they 3D print? Have some pride in workmanship. The machine does all the work. The least you can do is get out some sandpaper or paint or something. I saw a Pokemon planter somewhere in this forum. It was actually finished. It looked sweet. I get it if the part is not going to be displayed, but most of this stuff is meant for display.

That Pokemon planter owns.  My wife loves it.

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Re: 3D Printing : Arcade Edition Thread
« Reply #122 on: January 19, 2018, 10:05:54 pm »
Doesn't anyone bother finishing anything they 3D print? Have some pride in workmanship. The machine does all the work. The least you can do is get out some sandpaper or paint or something. I saw a Pokemon planter somewhere in this forum. It was actually finished. It looked sweet. I get it if the part is not going to be displayed, but most of this stuff is meant for display.

That Pokemon planter owns.  My wife loves it.

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I enjoyed painting it. Need to get a airbrush kit next. Still waiting on someone to print that pirate though......

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Re: 3D Printing : Arcade Edition Thread
« Reply #123 on: March 08, 2018, 10:18:55 pm »
If you can guess what this is, I will print and send you one. First person only!



Smass, I still owe you the button plugs. Will mail soon.
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Re: 3D Printing : Arcade Edition Thread
« Reply #124 on: March 08, 2018, 10:23:19 pm »
Quarter holder?


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Re: 3D Printing : Arcade Edition Thread
« Reply #125 on: March 08, 2018, 10:26:45 pm »
Quarter holder?

Good guess. Nope.
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« Reply #126 on: March 09, 2018, 03:22:46 am »

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Re: 3D Printing : Arcade Edition Thread
« Reply #127 on: March 09, 2018, 04:22:43 am »
smass, I still owe you the button plugs. Will mail soon.

I had to read that twice this morning. Man I need some coffee. :laugh2:

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Re: 3D Printing : Arcade Edition Thread
« Reply #128 on: March 09, 2018, 05:43:57 am »
When I skimmed over it I saw the same thing at first.

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Re: 3D Printing : Arcade Edition Thread
« Reply #129 on: March 09, 2018, 06:05:32 am »
Does that say something about us?

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Re: 3D Printing : Arcade Edition Thread
« Reply #130 on: March 09, 2018, 07:05:33 am »
He knew what he was doing when he posted that.


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Re: 3D Printing : Arcade Edition Thread
« Reply #131 on: March 09, 2018, 08:20:10 am »
Hey, Yot donít judge...
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Re: 3D Printing : Arcade Edition Thread
« Reply #132 on: March 09, 2018, 08:40:02 am »
Here it is in hand. Any more guesses?

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Re: 3D Printing : Arcade Edition Thread
« Reply #133 on: March 09, 2018, 11:16:57 am »
Nobody knows wtf that is.
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Re: 3D Printing : Arcade Edition Thread
« Reply #134 on: March 09, 2018, 11:20:39 am »
HaRuMaN does
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Re: 3D Printing : Arcade Edition Thread
« Reply #135 on: March 09, 2018, 11:32:27 am »
Ball shaver.

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Re: 3D Printing : Arcade Edition Thread
« Reply #136 on: March 09, 2018, 11:57:50 am »
The only thing that comes to mind is a tool to aid in the installation of t-molding around corners. But that just raises the question, why wasn't it designed more ergonomically? So I guess that's out.
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Re: 3D Printing : Arcade Edition Thread
« Reply #137 on: March 09, 2018, 12:06:57 pm »
Router guide for cutting rounded corners?

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Re: 3D Printing : Arcade Edition Thread
« Reply #138 on: March 09, 2018, 12:14:51 pm »
Damn, Jim... Now I'm kind of wanting to buy a 3D printer...
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Re: 3D Printing : Arcade Edition Thread
« Reply #139 on: March 09, 2018, 12:22:34 pm »
It's definitely not a pirate model.......

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Re: 3D Printing : Arcade Edition Thread
« Reply #140 on: March 09, 2018, 12:33:38 pm »
Router guide for cutting rounded corners?

 :dunno

Close. Think of the inverse
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Re: 3D Printing : Arcade Edition Thread
« Reply #141 on: March 09, 2018, 06:57:21 pm »
Is it a jig to measure rounded corners?  I'm actually cutting myself several in different sizes.

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Re: 3D Printing : Arcade Edition Thread
« Reply #142 on: March 09, 2018, 07:03:15 pm »
Is it a jig to measure rounded corners?  I'm actually cutting myself several in different sizes.

Very close, brother.

Itís a jig to help me re-Bondo and putty the rounded corners on my Dynamo cab. Iíll apply the putty, then press down on the round part, let it dry, then sand. Beats shaping it by hand.
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Re: 3D Printing : Arcade Edition Thread
« Reply #143 on: March 09, 2018, 07:16:23 pm »
Is it a jig to measure rounded corners?
The name of the tool you're thinking about is a fillet gauge.

There are tons of them on thingiverse.

Here's the OpenSCAD code for a few of them I designed to measure curves on a small octagon.

Small metric 1 - 2.5mm
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$fn=360;
//
difference (){
translate([0,0,0]) linear_extrude(height = 2, scale = 1)
        polygon(ngon(8,10));
        //linear extrude octagon
translate([-10,0,1]) cylinder(4, r=1, center=true); //Left

translate([0,10,1]) cylinder(4, r=1.5, center=true); //Top

translate([10,0,1]) cylinder(4, r=2, center=true); //Right

translate([0,-10,1]) cylinder(4, r=2.5, center=true); //Bottom

}
//

// Module call
LeftNumber("1");
// Module defined
module LeftNumber(letter, size=6) {
        translate([-5,0,1]) {
            color("black") linear_extrude(height=2, convexity=4)
                text(letter,
                     size=size*22/30,
                     font="Bitstream Vera Sans",
                     halign="center",
                     valign="center");
        }
}
//

// Module call
TopNumber("1.5");
// Module defined
module TopNumber(letter, size=6) {
        translate([0,5,1]) {
            color("black") linear_extrude(height=2, convexity=4)
                text(letter,
                     size=size*22/30,
                     font="Bitstream Vera Sans",
                     halign="center",
                     valign="center");
        }
}
//

// Module call
RightNumber("2");
// Module defined
module RightNumber(letter, size=6) {
        translate([5,0,1]) {
            color("black") linear_extrude(height=2, convexity=4)
                text(letter,
                     size=size*22/30,
                     font="Bitstream Vera Sans",
                     halign="center",
                     valign="center");
        }
}
//

// Module call
LowerNumber("2.5");
// Module defined
module LowerNumber(letter, size=6) {
        translate([0,-5,1]) {
            color("black") linear_extrude(height=2, convexity=4)
                text(letter,
                     size=size*22/30,
                     font="Bitstream Vera Sans",
                     halign="center",
                     valign="center");
        }
}
//

// Simple list comprehension for creating N-gon vertices
function ngon(num, r) =
[for (i=[0:num-1], a=i*360/num) [ r*cos(a), r*sin(a) ]];
// "ngon" function from "Polygon areas.scad" example. Written in 2015 by Marius Kintel <marius@kintel.net>
//

X-small metric 0.6-0.9mm
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$fn=360;
//
difference (){
translate([0,0,0]) linear_extrude(height = 2, scale = 1)
        polygon(ngon(8,10));
        //linear extrude octagon
translate([-10,0,1]) cylinder(4, r=.6, center=true); //Left

translate([0,10,1]) cylinder(4, r=.7, center=true); //Top

translate([10,0,1]) cylinder(4, r=.8, center=true); //Right

translate([0,-10,1]) cylinder(4, r=.9, center=true); //Bottom

}
//

// Module call
LeftNumber(".6");
// Module defined
module LeftNumber(letter, size=6) {
        translate([-5,0,1]) {
            color("black") linear_extrude(height=2, convexity=4)
                text(letter,
                     size=size*22/30,
                     font="Bitstream Vera Sans",
                     halign="center",
                     valign="center");
        }
}
//

// Module call
TopNumber(".7");
// Module defined
module TopNumber(letter, size=6) {
        translate([0,5,1]) {
            color("black") linear_extrude(height=2, convexity=4)
                text(letter,
                     size=size*22/30,
                     font="Bitstream Vera Sans",
                     halign="center",
                     valign="center");
        }
}
//

// Module call
RightNumber(".8");
// Module defined
module RightNumber(letter, size=6) {
        translate([5,0,1]) {
            color("black") linear_extrude(height=2, convexity=4)
                text(letter,
                     size=size*22/30,
                     font="Bitstream Vera Sans",
                     halign="center",
                     valign="center");
        }
}
//

// Module call
LowerNumber(".9");
// Module defined
module LowerNumber(letter, size=6) {
        translate([0,-5,1]) {
            color("black") linear_extrude(height=2, convexity=4)
                text(letter,
                     size=size*22/30,
                     font="Bitstream Vera Sans",
                     halign="center",
                     valign="center");
        }
}
//

// Simple list comprehension for creating N-gon vertices
function ngon(num, r) =
[for (i=[0:num-1], a=i*360/num) [ r*cos(a), r*sin(a) ]];
// "ngon" function from "Polygon areas.scad" example. Written in 2015 by Marius Kintel <marius@kintel.net>
//     


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Re: 3D Printing : Arcade Edition Thread
« Reply #144 on: March 09, 2018, 07:36:16 pm »
Happ-sized (55mm) dust washer based on the Ikari Warriors joystick surround artwork.

Print the .stl using a 0.4mm nozzle or use the .scad, .dxf, and .svg files to make custom-size washers and/or change the line thicknesses.

Details are in the enclosed Readme file.


Scott
EDIT: On line 20 of the SCAD file, you may need to increase the variable "FineThick" (fine line width) to 0.6 to generate a STL that works with your slicer software and printer.

I tried 0.41 and 0.45, but both resulted in the slicer missing some of the lines.   :banghead:
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« Reply #145 on: March 09, 2018, 07:52:06 pm »
Is it a jig to measure rounded corners?  I'm actually cutting myself several in different sizes.

Very close, brother.

Itís a jig to help me re-Bondo and putty the rounded corners on my Dynamo cab. Iíll apply the putty, then press down on the round part, let it dry, then sand. Beats shaping it by hand.

You expected us to guess THAT!?!
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« Reply #146 on: March 09, 2018, 07:54:21 pm »
Is it a jig to measure rounded corners?  I'm actually cutting myself several in different sizes.

Very close, brother.

Itís a jig to help me re-Bondo and putty the rounded corners on my Dynamo cab. Iíll apply the putty, then press down on the round part, let it dry, then sand. Beats shaping it by hand.

You expected us to guess THAT!?!

Put the yayo down and actually LOOK at it.... ;)
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« Reply #147 on: March 09, 2018, 08:03:02 pm »
Is it a jig to measure rounded corners?  I'm actually cutting myself several in different sizes.

Very close, brother.

It’s a jig to help me re-Bondo and putty the rounded corners on my Dynamo cab. I’ll apply the putty, then press down on the round part, let it dry, then sand. Beats shaping it by hand.

You expected us to guess THAT!?!

Put the yayo down and actually LOOK at it.... ;)

LOL... Yeah, cuz my guess of it being a tool to press t-molding into a corner is nothing like it being a tool to shape bondo into a corner... ::)

Dude, I stared at that ---smurfing--- thing for far too long.

But kudos on making the 3D printer to the ---steaming pile of meadow muffin--- work.
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« Reply #148 on: March 09, 2018, 08:10:35 pm »
Is it a jig to measure rounded corners?  I'm actually cutting myself several in different sizes.

Very close, brother.

Itís a jig to help me re-Bondo and putty the rounded corners on my Dynamo cab. Iíll apply the putty, then press down on the round part, let it dry, then sand. Beats shaping it by hand.

You expected us to guess THAT!?!

Put the yayo down and actually LOOK at it.... ;)

LOL... Yeah, cuz my guess of it being a tool to press t-molding into a corner is nothing like it being a tool to shape bondo into a corner... ::)

Dude, I stared at that ---smurfing--- thing for far too long.

But kudos on making the 3D printer to the ---steaming pile of meadow muffin--- work.

Yeah, Iím all about printing functional items. No tugboats for me!
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« Reply #149 on: March 09, 2018, 08:15:20 pm »
Is it a jig to measure rounded corners?  I'm actually cutting myself several in different sizes.

Very close, brother.

Itís a jig to help me re-Bondo and putty the rounded corners on my Dynamo cab. Iíll apply the putty, then press down on the round part, let it dry, then sand. Beats shaping it by hand.

You expected us to guess THAT!?!

I guessed it.  lol

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« Reply #150 on: March 09, 2018, 11:26:02 pm »
Is it a jig to measure rounded corners?  I'm actually cutting myself several in different sizes.

Very close, brother.

Itís a jig to help me re-Bondo and putty the rounded corners on my Dynamo cab. Iíll apply the putty, then press down on the round part, let it dry, then sand. Beats shaping it by hand.

You expected us to guess THAT!?!

Put the yayo down and actually LOOK at it.... ;)

LOL... Yeah, cuz my guess of it being a tool to press t-molding into a corner is nothing like it being a tool to shape bondo into a corner... ::)

Dude, I stared at that ---smurfing--- thing for far too long.

But kudos on making the 3D printer to the ---steaming pile of meadow muffin--- work.

Yeah, Iím all about printing functional items. No tugboats for me!

See this is why we get along so well... you totally get me man.  Work smarter, not harder.  :)

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Re: 3D Printing : Arcade Edition Thread
« Reply #151 on: March 10, 2018, 12:30:13 am »
Is it a jig to measure rounded corners?  I'm actually cutting myself several in different sizes.

Very close, brother.

Itís a jig to help me re-Bondo and putty the rounded corners on my Dynamo cab. Iíll apply the putty, then press down on the round part, let it dry, then sand. Beats shaping it by hand.

You expected us to guess THAT!?!

Put the yayo down and actually LOOK at it.... ;)

LOL... Yeah, cuz my guess of it being a tool to press t-molding into a corner is nothing like it being a tool to shape bondo into a corner... ::)

Dude, I stared at that ---smurfing--- thing for far too long.

But kudos on making the 3D printer to the ---steaming pile of meadow muffin--- work.

Yeah, Iím all about printing functional items. No tugboats for me!

See this is why we get along so well... you totally get me man.  Work smarter, not harder.  :)

I still owe you a drink of choice for introducing me to the Anet A8...
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