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Old January 19th, 2015, 06:49 AM
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Ok so scan the nla interior windshield trim and print!
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been working on a 1:10 scale series body to print... I ran a small test print scaled way down to see how it would come out so far... I got a bit of work left on it...


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Taulman 645 (not sure what you're going to get printing with weed whacker line!)
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Old January 19th, 2015, 04:55 PM
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updated that object to be a lot deeper. Sorry if anyone downloaded and printed it. Somehow, after it was all done, the pocket was off center. new one is centered and 27mm below dash level. Should clear dash supports... hopefully.

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Taulman 645 (not sure what you're going to get printing with weed whacker line!)
uh... just have no need for 2 lbs of nylon and could pick up string trimmer line locally for 5 dollars vs 40 from amazon. Didn't want to find out it warped too much to ever use on my platform (almost). If I come up with a reason, I'll buy some.

Once dried trimmer lineworks fine, nylon printing issues aside. I don't buy into big plastic's agenda!
... nah, i hear its a good product... but why start with that... start cheap, work up to cheapest that works well.
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Old January 19th, 2015, 09:39 PM
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microcenter sells filament at a decent price.
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Old January 19th, 2015, 09:55 PM
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Looks good by review and price... Too bad the business climate around here is so bad. Only stores we have around here are the same junk chains that can be found anywhere. Nothing fun. An hour in any direction (save east) and all of a sudden, business. I'll check their shipping price.
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Old January 20th, 2015, 08:13 PM
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http://www.thingiverse.com/groups/la...nder/topic:198
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Old January 20th, 2015, 10:16 PM
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Done!

http://www.defendersource.com/forum/...1&d=1421810771
Its white because thats my best plastic... Always prototype in neutral abs

Its utilizes all but a couple mm of the space above the dash support. 30mm from top to bottom, about 25 of that is below the dash. twice as deep as the ash tray at least.

Don't know if the newer/civillian rovers have anything that would be in the way.
about a 2 hour print at 100mm/s
Found at... http://www.thingiverse.com/groups/la...efender/things
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Old February 2nd, 2015, 08:59 PM
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https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:664240

Latest junk. Not attempted yet
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I have one NLA part made so far, the surround trim for the door latch on older style doors. Happy to share if anyone needs it though I need to double check it fits correctly. It mates up fine with the OEM part so it should work.

Plenty of custom things I am planning on but these are mostly to clean up all the mess from the removed fire equipment on my truck.
I'm not 100% positive on this but they should interchange from a MGB as the interior handle is the same. I've been meaning to try it since I have both lol. Only $2.16 each piece so $4.32 for one handle set.

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http://thebhive.com/400p2interiordoortrim.htm

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Its white because thats my best plastic... Always prototype in neutral abs

Its utilizes all but a couple mm of the space above the dash support. 30mm from top to bottom, about 25 of that is below the dash. twice as deep as the ash tray at least.

Don't know if the newer/civillian rovers have anything that would be in the way.
about a 2 hour print at 100mm/s
Found at... http://www.thingiverse.com/groups/la...efender/things
That would be cool if I had the ashtray in my dash, I think I have the only ROW in existence without a ashtray.
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Old February 2nd, 2015, 09:20 PM
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Yea, I don't know if these are EX MOD specific or not... Its my first defender.. I don't think series had the ash tray. Or a dash.. I can't remember.

FYI.. printing in PET now. Good stuff. A little gooey.. like to ooze out a blob every time it moves. Have to tune retraction, both head and filament.
Switching to a direct drive extruder... see if that is more accurate. shrinks my extruder footprint anyway.. currently running a wade.
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https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:664240

Latest junk. Not attempted yet
I like the idea of this one. It would be easy to come up with custom faces and even different sizes.
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Old February 2nd, 2015, 09:25 PM
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got the idea from below link... $75 US if bought in UK... mine is $4.72 could easily expand it to fit those gauges and still mount like an ashtray. Might pump the price up to 7 bucks. What is MUD UK thinking? And theirs is mass produced... looks like vacuum moulded junk?
I just am adding dome/work/load area lights and some non-ignition switched aux power. Kind of a shitty print though. Looks like upside down is the best way to do it. 17 hours at "regular speed" with supports. I ought modify it for no supports. 90 degree angles kind of demand them though.

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Any more cool files

Just got a replcator2X and can't wait to run PLA through it

Did not buy the scanner though ( but I guess soon I will )
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I just printed my first design in PLA, and I'm pleased that my measurements were right on -- so much so that I actually need to learn to build in some slack!

Anyway, I'm experimenting with paint and finish. But I've run into one potentially huge problem for what I want to do with the things I want to make: they melt in the sun.

I need to do more testing. But unless I'm wrong, a few minutes in a hot car will destroy a PLA print.
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Well yea. Pla gets quite soft at like... 70-80c and puddles at like 150c.
Itll warp and sag quickly in a hot car window.
Pla is for printing superhero models. Abs does ok. I print mostly in petg
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Has anyone tried to print an entire defender dash? Probably an entire business in 3D printing parts for old cars...
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Land Rover Cruise Control by Dranoweb - Thingiverse seems kind of sketchy.. but would work!
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