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BMW 3.0cl for tt-01 or tt-02 1 week 5 days ago #72272

You can do a prototype in a diorama ;)
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BMW 3.0cl for tt-01 or tt-02 1 week 5 days ago #72273

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good idea, yeah
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BMW 3.0cl for tt-01 or tt-02 1 week 4 days ago #72281

Did you heat them in the oven to get rid of the moist before printing?
Some needs that treatment out of the package to print properly after my understanding.

After lot of hours that can be fine. But I guess it will take for ages.
Just sanded some of my 3d printed wheels and that took forever.
I'm not looking forward to get rid of the joints on my VW T3 Doka body. Tried some dramel sanding and it just melts and make a mess instead of grind the joint down.


The bat was a very well know racer back in the day.
Wonder if you will do the Group 5 BMW E21 as well?
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BMW 3.0cl for tt-01 or tt-02 1 week 5 hours ago #72320

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Yes, i also dried the filament in oven, even HIPS is barely taking any moisture, no difference.
Now that i have the good Filamentum HIPS again i printed the missing rollcage and i started printing Flo's BMW.

I wont do a later BMW model, the only other BMW i could think to do would be the BMW 507.

 

 


 
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BMW 3.0cl for tt-01 or tt-02 5 days 21 hours ago #72331

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Im back to printing with a raft, even i have an enclosure. The result is worth the waste of plastic i think. layer height is 0.16mm, temp 245/90, speed 40mm/s

   
 
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