Reims Cathedral Kitset
by m_bergman, published
Designed to be printed on UP! Plus.
Drawn in Solidworks 2012.
All parts drawn from scratch referencing L'Instant Durable paper model, internet photos & books.
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Acetone is a known solvent to ABS. You simply take a container that won't melt from acetone (glass cups or jars work well), put some acetone in it and then some ABS scraps. The ABS will melt into a thick slurry that can be painted on and used like glue. The solvent etches into the ABS parts being bonded. Obviously, acetone is flammable so use caution especially with the fumes which are heavier than air.
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Full assembly in parasolid format available in "reims_assembly_parasoild.zip"
Designed to be printed in ABS on UP! 3D printer. Parts are designed to be printed with the most detailed face(s) facing upwards for maximum detail. This means most bits should be printed laying flat.
I used 3mm raft onto perfboard, which had been smeared with liquid ABS.
There was an error in reims13c. A fixed version (13c1) is available in the download area, also the zip file has been corrected. The parasolid is correct.
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