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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyL View Post
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    Yeah I have a spool/roll storage hook system already, I added the skadis peg system to my own system a while back as it was the first request.
    How much is it to make your version of the skadis holder?

    Shoot me some dimensions and I'm sure I could one up it in a variety of colors
    I presume this is in regards to Extraslow's request

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    How's that look? Locks in like the wall control system without flexing the plastic, weight keeps it in place.

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    Quick model for Graham now waiting for printers to stop trying to meltdown and come available for new prints

    (Seriously I've come -><- this close 4x this week. Thank God I've got an Arduino running temp and smoke detectors and SSRs to shut down, the enders all melted down their heated bed connectors, then the JGAurora decided it looked like fun and did the same.

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    Commission built mk15 Im just putting finishing touches on

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    Liked the Sonic color scheme enough that I decided to prototype MeakerVI's mk16 in the same as my personal Nerf war primary for upcoming events

    Edit it's 1mm nozzle at .5mm layer height - rapid prototyping at it's finest - about 14 hours printing. Not pretty but functional. I'll clean them up and replace them with nicer as the design is fully verified. Yes big layer shift in the solenoid housing, still functional.
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    perhaps you should just post the skadis things to me? let me know how much.

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    Frick! I'll harrass you in a bit here

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    Redid the apprentice's desk today.

    2 of my marker holders, 3 of my 30ml bottle shelves, 2 mini bucket holders 12ml paint holder, 4oz bottle holder, paintbrush holder and printed his name just because he's possessive oh and mounted his favorite nerfs close at hand for workspace battles

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    Useless print... I don't do many of these... But it was a keychain that I scaled up so it's 4" tall reminds me of a 2 stroke piston now.

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    Hey, Andy or anyone else. What's the temperature resistance of these filaments? Thinking of a side box for my smoker to make my cheese smoking a little more efficient. Cheese is smoked at really low temps, but could see occasional temps up to 300f. Thoughts?

    Also, what's people's favourite simple cad software to design in? I had a look at tinkercad, but it made me angry pretty fast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExtraSlow View Post
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    Also, what's people's favourite simple cad software to design in? I had a look at tinkercad, but it made me angry pretty fast.
    To kinda add onto your question, is there a simple way to replicate a real life object? Or is it a matter of measuring, printing, adjusting and repeat until you have it right?

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    Fusion 360 is my go to and is free (just find the student / small business signup link)

    For the smoker, 300F is too high for a fdm printer unfortunately unless you maybe get into PEEK. But you can get high temperature resin for a SLA printer
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    Quote Originally Posted by pheoxs View Post
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    For the smoker, 300F is too high for a fdm printer unfortunately unless you maybe get into PEEK. But you can get high temperature resin for a SLA printer
    Yeah, since I'm using it for cheese, "normal" temps for it would be very very low (under 100f), but it could see up to 300f occasionally for (hopefully) short periods.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExtraSlow View Post
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    Yeah, since I'm using it for cheese, "normal" temps for it would be very very low (under 100f), but it could see up to 300f occasionally for (hopefully) short periods.
    PETG can only do up to 80C before it starts to get a bit soft / malleable. ABS is higher but that wouldn't be food safe. Nylon 12's heat deflection temp is 120F so that could work, but I don't know if its food safe.
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    I'm still planning to use a stainless steel rack for the cheese to sit on. So unless the plastic is off gassing, it should be okay.

    I'll probably buying the box out of wood because that's easier to me, but just interested in options.
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    Proto-pasta's HTPLA in carbon fiber high temp is rated to 285F but 300 is unlikely short of going to something super pricey.

    Tinkercad is easiest but mostly fusion360 or sketchup (understand sketchup has issues with circles) are the free options. There's photogrammic software that'll make something similar to your shape but it's not very accurate. I've got an Xbox kinnect that ive tried to do some larger modeling with it does a bit better but it's so dependant on the surface it often turns nightmarish. (My rAv4 has a scratch in the fender - it creates a huge dent when scanned)

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    I do have a small amount of peek on hand... But you can Google peek filament yourself to see the $ a new smoker would be cheaper than a roll

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    Son suddenly likes pokemon... Apparently I'm an enabler

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    Just convinced the boss to finance my hobby haha. Should arrive in 6 weeks or so. Very excited to start using powder.

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    Ooooh... Asshole let me know how it works out

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