This replacement fence is designed to interface with an old model no longer supported of Sears Craftsman 10" compound mitre saw. It also features a recycling triangle with resin identification code 7 (other) and the letters ABS to enable eventual recycling of the part (if printed using ABS).
Requires approximately 400 g of ABS filament if printed with 10 perimeters/shells and 50% infill.
Extruder temperature for ABS: 245 degrees Celsius.
Heated bed temperature for ABS: 110 degrees Celsius.
Bed adhesion method: using a dried layer of Elmer's washable school disappearing purple glue stick and setting a 7 mm brim around parts.
Fan disabled for the first 1 mm.
Printer lid removed.
Honeycomb infill pattern.
Note that the part filename includes the applicable identifying marking.
Allow parts to fully cool prior to removing them from the print bed.
Carefully remove brim and use your preferred method of acetone smoothing (ABS printed parts only).
Attach parts together, referring to the identifying markings.
Some screw holes may not all align perfectly but if this is printed with at least 10 perimeters/shells and 50% infill, the holes can be tweaked via some machining without compromising the functionality of the part.
Measuring the important details of the original broken part, I only retained the core dimensions required to interface the part with the saw. I greatly simplified the overall shape and made several areas thicker since this was going to be 3D printed in plastic.