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    Default A few more 3D prints

    Past prints:
    http://www.codeleakers.com/showthrea...ave-3D-Printed
    http://www.codeleakers.com/showthrea...inter-Upgrades

    This is a piece that I designed last night to keep my power cable attached without the fear of it being pulled out by accident, which did happen once.


    Y-axis timing belt upgrade. Reduced slippage and increases accuracy and stability.


    Z-axis wobble stabilizer.


    Golf tees and divot fixer.


    Two part tetrahedron puzzle, harder than it looks.


    AA battery holder.

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    fancy golf tees and digger.

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    Puzzle looks cool, seeing all this that you've made makes me want to get one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0zzy View Post
    fancy golf tees and digger.
    ...you mean divot repair tool?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beaver View Post
    ...you mean divot repair tool?
    No sir, I said "digger"... Can you not read?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0zzy View Post
    No sir, I said "digger"... Can you not read?
    What the fuck is a digger. That's not even a thing in America.

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    I wonder if you could make a Rubik's Cube with one of those.

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    Here is a printable Rubik's cube http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2244, so yes you can print a Rubik's cube.

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    How strong is the material? Like comparable to metal when its hardened?

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    The material is pretty durable for melted down plastic, nowhere near as strong as metal obviously. The pieces will not break if you drop them on a hard surface from a couple feet high. The golf tees I would expect to break with each swing if they get hit because they are pretty skinny, and hollow. The divot fixer will most likely never break and its only a 5mm thick. I was surprised on how strong the material was when I printed my first couple things.

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