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Re: 3D Printed Replica Items

PostPosted: Fri Nov 16, 2018 8:21 am
by dazbo
TurboRestorer wrote:Hi Guys,
Those little ECU/relay dampers are an easy thing to make so I'll have something before the end of this week for you. Currently both printers are in use for classic Mini parts & I've designed my own larger printer 400x400x400 which could be used for larger items on the bike (if it works!)
Looking at your Partzilla price/each I could probably do a complete set for that + P&P, but I'll do the model & test prints first.

Regards,
Adrian


400x400x400 ?? is that big enough to do a bellypan from abs??? :beer

Re: 3D Printed Replica Items

PostPosted: Fri Nov 16, 2018 10:46 am
by TurboRestorer
dazbo wrote:
TurboRestorer wrote:Hi Guys,
Those little ECU/relay dampers are an easy thing to make so I'll have something before the end of this week for you. Currently both printers are in use for classic Mini parts & I've designed my own larger printer 400x400x400 which could be used for larger items on the bike (if it works!)
Looking at your Partzilla price/each I could probably do a complete set for that + P&P, but I'll do the model & test prints first.

Regards,
Adrian


400x400x400 ?? is that big enough to do a bellypan from abs??? :beer


Possibly, I won't be able to confirm until Project Frankie's built & tested. Still designing parts but printing/building other parts at the same time. Heres a solidworks assembly preview, still have Synchro Z axis system to do.

Re: 3D Printed Replica Items

PostPosted: Wed Jan 09, 2019 1:06 pm
by turbopat810
Hi fellow turbo lovers...This is my first post and I'm glad to be here!!! Anyways turborestorer I'm interested in buying a few 3d printed items from you...Some different colored dfi covers and some battery covers as well...Do you still have these parts...I'm across the pond in the usa...I see you take paypal which I have an account set up...Is there anything special I need to know about such as the shipping to Washington state?? Thanks and I look forward to hearing from you...

Re: 3D Printed Replica Items

PostPosted: Wed Jan 09, 2019 4:50 pm
by Charlie @ Evergreen
Check to see if anyone is shipping to the US to my business as those lil parts could cost a lot to ship separately. Don't mind sending things on to others once they get here. :thumbup

Maybe the Pan Gaskets with Mang if it works out.

Re: 3D Printed Replica Items

PostPosted: Wed Jan 09, 2019 5:53 pm
by TurboRestorer
turbopat810 wrote:Hi fellow turbo lovers...This is my first post and I'm glad to be here!!! Anyways turborestorer I'm interested in buying a few 3d printed items from you...Some different colored dfi covers and some battery covers as well...Do you still have these parts...I'm across the pond in the usa...I see you take paypal which I have an account set up...Is there anything special I need to know about such as the shipping to Washington state?? Thanks and I look forward to hearing from you...


Hi, PM me what you require, colors, qty etc, I do have some parts already printed & ready to send, as for postage, I'll have to get all the parts together & see what I can do in the UK. Usually I try for 1st class if its reasonable.

Regards,
Adrian

Re: 3D Printed Replica Items

PostPosted: Thu Feb 07, 2019 1:09 pm
by turbopat810
WOW!!!! Got my 3D printed parts from Adrian yesterday and they are beautiful......It looks like you 3D printed the boxes they came in also.. Really neat boxes for the dfi covers..If anyone needs any of turborestorers 3D parts they are well worth the money ..Thanks again Adrian.....Turbopat810... :beer :thumbup :banana

Re: 3D Printed Replica Items

PostPosted: Thu Feb 07, 2019 6:42 pm
by TurboRestorer
turbopat810 wrote:WOW!!!! Got my 3D printed parts from Adrian yesterday and they are beautiful......It looks like you 3D printed the boxes they came in also.. Really neat boxes for the dfi covers..If anyone needs any of turborestorers 3D parts they are well worth the money ..Thanks again Adrian.....Turbopat810... :beer :thumbup :banana



Thanks for the positive feedback, the boxes were actually made specially for the covers by a friends brother at work, these are cnc made boxes specially for me.

Adrian. :victory

Re: 3D Printed Replica Items

PostPosted: Sat Jul 04, 2020 9:59 am
by TurboRestorer
Just added replacement master cylinder lens. This is made from Alloy 910 (Nylon, It has been approved by the manuafcturer for use with DOT 4 brake fluid only) & has been tested by another member of this forum successfully. The condition of the OEM seal is important that it does not have any major defects on the sealing surfaces. It has been found that the OEM seal does take a little time to 'settle' down after the replacement lens has been fitted, a little weep to start with will eventually stop & seal. My suggestion is to warm up the OEM seal to make it more pliable before fitting the replacement lens.
*** The fitment of this part is soley the responsibility of the person fitting it & has the mechanical capability to carry out such maintenance ***.
:thumbup
Regards,
Adrian

Re: 3D Printed Replica Items

PostPosted: Sun Jul 05, 2020 5:33 am
by Mang
Well done Adrian.

Re: 3D Printed Replica Items

PostPosted: Sun Jul 05, 2020 9:14 am
by Betterthanfabio
Ok anyone know if these the same as the "Australian" model with the sight glass on the other side (front) of the master cyl? :popcorn

Re: 3D Printed Replica Items

PostPosted: Sun Jul 05, 2020 10:58 am
by TurboRestorer
Betterthanfabio wrote:Ok anyone know if these the same as the "Australian" model with the sight glass on the other side (front) of the master cyl? :popcorn

Hi, I have just compared it to my UK model & looks the same size. The original was modelled on the US version & appears to be the same..

Adrian

Re: 3D Printed Replica Items

PostPosted: Sun Jul 05, 2020 2:31 pm
by JezZedexE1
Ok anyone know if these the same as the "Australian" model


It won't fit unless you put it in upside down. :rofl: :roll: :finger: