Products > 3D printing

3D Printer yet?

<< < (412/412)

mnementh:
Boring Mundane Everyday Print #333: SSD Adapter for MacPro HDD Sled   

       https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1630550

Picked up a cheap SSD from Amazon Prime to wake up the MacPro a wee bit; of course, this old iron is designed around fast Barracuda spinning rust, not little 2.5" format SSDs. Numerous adapters have been around on Thingiverse for a while; this one looked like the quickest and simplest print.

Printed on my CReality CR-6SE in Inland Brand black PLA+, 0.20LH, 60mm/s, 205°C/60°C Bed, flow 110%, no adhesion/supports, infill set manually to 1mm Cubic, 0.8mm top/bottom, 0.8mm wall thickness. Otherwise all Cura defaults for CR-6SE profile. Print time 0.9hours, 10 grams filament.

mnem
Now to do battle with MacOS Migration Tool...  :P

mnementh:
Boring Mundane Everyday Interesting Fun TE-Related Project Print #832:
Shell for TK's Siglent/HP Logic analyzer Pod Adapter   

       3D Model Web Viewer

https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:5444184   

This is the 3DP part of a pretty complex project I've posted here:

https://www.eevblog.com/forum/testgear/diy-logic-probes-alternate-approach-using-tks-adapter-pcb/msg4326775/#msg4326775

            

Printed on my CReality CR-6SE in Inland Brand black PLA+, 0.16LH, 60mm/s, 205°C/60°C Bed, flow 110%, Supports TOUCHING BUILDPLATE, infill set manually to 1mm Cubic, 1.2mm top/bottom, 0.8mm wall thickness. Otherwise all Cura defaults for CR-6SE profile. Print time ~3 hours per complete shell, ~30 grams filament.

mnem
*currently nuking a 54621D*

mnementh:
Interesting Fun TE-Related Project Print #844: HP Logo Filler Plate for 546xxx Family Scopes   

   https://a360.co/3zNKW0M

https://www.thingiverse.com/thing: 

   

This was part of my restoration of a HP 54621D; filler plates for the bail holes on my 54645A as I robbed the bail off it for the 54621D.  :-DD


Printed on my CReality CR-6SE, face down on Build-Tak surface for grainy texture. Printed in Inland Brand black PLA+, 0.20LH, 60mm/s, 205°C/60°C Bed, flow 110%, NO Supports, BRIDGING MODES enabled, infill set manually to 1mm Cubic, 0.8mm top/bottom, 0.8mm wall thickness. Otherwise all Cura defaults for CR-6SE profile. Print time ~1 hour per plate, ~12 grams filament.

mnem
*currently nuking a 54621D*

Ranayna:
Interesting decision printing this face down. I don't think i would have tried that, considering the long bridging distance, but the pattern looks quite nice.

I think i need to consider such long bridges in one of my printing projects.

Navigation

[0] Message Index

[*] Previous page

There was an error while thanking
Thanking...
Go to full version