Badger 350 airbrush handle.

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Badger 350 airbrush handle. by FuzzyOddball Apr 18, 2013
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Updated 19/04/2013
-- V3 Files have been removed due to flaw in the files.
Handle was not deep enough for proper fit.
Model adjusted now working and tested.
Successful print of handle using; Badger.V4 - ball endede tip.gcode
Snug fit, some pressure maybe needed to force handle on.

Set of 3 airbrush handles and 1 test object.

Test is a cutaway view of the connector fitting for the airbrush to the handle. It is cut away to see how deep the handle will fit and see other details such as how snug and reduces the amount of material used when printing. NOTE; One will have to use support material to print this object.

The handles come in 3 sizes.
Fat, Slender with a ball at the end, and Slender with a rounded end.
NOTE: these objects have a hollow Center. These objects are the first objects I have tried with this Autocad option and do not know how it will work. If you use cura and use the split object function and break the STL down to single objects the core will be removed and it will no longer be hollow. I don't know why this is but it has happened several times in testing the Slicer with this model.


Use test object to ensure scale of model is correct for your model.
A pair of calapurs maybe an aseset when doing this. If non are available use the test object to see how deep the handle fits, and how much slop or play it has. Adjust accordingly.

Successful print of handle using; Badger.V4 - ball endede tip.gcode
Snug fit, some pressure maybe needed to force handle on.
Scaling factor used in Cura to generate the Gcode file has been 24.30. Adjusting the scale from 24.30 on the STL files to 24.40 may be just enough to get a easy fit so handle can be removed for cleaning.

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