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Rostock Mini Plated

by lordnynex, published

Rostock Mini Plated by lordnynex Jan 22, 2013
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No changes to the original files, simply plated for single run prints. All credit goes to bwevans for http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:32850

I have access to a Stratsys printer with a larger build envelope so I plated all the individual parts.

This is not yet tested! I think even with the larger printer I will need to break this into two plates. These parts were hand placed.

For fun I uploaded this plate to shapeways. It's crazy expensive. http://shpws.me/nb9L

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Couple of extra jaws, eh?

Yep. There are also some extra joints. I printed these parts individually on a makerbot and am disappointed with the quality. To ensure smooth rotation I have to drill out the parts individually and don't have much faith in myself. This is only for backups when I destroy a part. I think I'm going to have to scale this down into two plates anyways so I'm thinking about just removing the extras.

Join the delta google group - most people have moved from printed jaws & joints to Traxxis or other alternatives.

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