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HP Oscilloscope Issue

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AardvarkM31:
Yep I think I can!!! Maybe should start a thread for a 3D printed version. :-//

AardvarkM31:
Thanks for looking into it. Oh well, day late and a dollar shy..............

AardvarkM31:
Howdy oPossum,
   It looks like some others have beat me to the 3D printer idea. Now I just have to buy the printer and learn how to do it :scared:
What does the pressing those buttons do on the HP oscilloscope?
Thanks for your time

Oh never mind, I just found out. Outstanding sensed of humour!!!

james_s:
From what I've seen with some friends of mine that have 3D printers, it's a tremendous amount of screwing around to get it to do anything useful. There are online services where you can have items printed for a fee though, you might look into that.

george.b:

--- Quote from: james_s on December 06, 2021, 03:51:15 am ---From what I've seen with some friends of mine that have 3D printers, it's a tremendous amount of screwing around to get it to do anything useful. There are online services where you can have items printed for a fee though, you might look into that.

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In my experience, well, I don't really mind it. Sometimes a part won't come out just right the first time, but I'm probably more at fault than the printer, especially when printing with more finicky materials such as ABS. Buying a 3D printer was worth it for me. For just the one part, though, I agree, looking into a printing service may be a better option.

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