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MorrisonP
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3d printed handle

Post by MorrisonP » Wed Dec 02, 2020 22:26

Hey all!

I plan to 3d Print a brush handle from a carbon fibre impregnated filament, I have a few questions though!

1. does anything special need to be done to where the knot is glued in to ensure it stays? or is 2 part epoxy good to go?

2. What type and where can I get a good 'all around' brush knot without breaking the bank?
****I also need it to be in Canada so i can get it in time!****


3. any suggestions for shape since the 3d printer can pull off some more complex stuff than a lathe or other more traditional methods!

thanks everyone

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VictoriaSanderson
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Re: 3d printed handle

Post by VictoriaSanderson » Thu Dec 03, 2020 22:22

how can I make a part on a 3D printer?

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Re: 3d printed handle

Post by Avanice » Thu Dec 03, 2020 22:23

I hear this questions quite often. Contact the repair service. Or contact the store where you bought the printer for help. I also had the same questions with my printer. Only I was stupid and didn't contact the repair service. I wanted to sort out in it myself. In finally I broke it. And I was without a printer for three years. Only just four months ago I decided to buy a printer at https://www.mrdepot.ca/collections/brot ... cartridges. Therefore, contact the repair service. To avoid being left without a printer.

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Re: 3d printed handle

Post by weber44 » Fri Dec 04, 2020 22:45

thanks for the information

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Re: 3d printed handle

Post by JoanneCameron » Mon Dec 07, 2020 21:05

Avanice wrote:
Thu Dec 03, 2020 22:23
I hear this questions quite often. Contact the repair service. Or contact the store where you bought the printer for help. I also had the same questions with my printer. Only I was stupid and didn't contact the repair service. I wanted to sort out in it myself. In finally I broke it. And I was without a printer for three years. Only just four months ago I decided to buy a printer at https://www.mrdepot.ca/collections/brot ... cartridges. Therefore, contact the repair service. To avoid being left without a printer.
My friend was just looking for this information. Thanks

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Re: 3d printed handle

Post by elogbolog » Tue Dec 08, 2020 11:45

how can I make a part on a 3D printer?

Jake_plein
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Re: 3d printed handle

Post by Jake_plein » Thu Dec 10, 2020 22:10

wow the 3d print pen is something. breakthrough and progress. I will buy it for sure

moreau1991
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Re: 3d printed handle

Post by moreau1991 » Thu Feb 04, 2021 17:15

I bought one of this kind and I really like how it works.

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Psordack
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Re: 3d printed handle

Post by Psordack » Mon Feb 08, 2021 2:06

3d printed pen is a very convenient thing. Especially when you know how to use it.

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Re: 3d printed handle

Post by David Griffin » Mon Feb 08, 2021 12:39

Good advice, thank you )

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