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3D printed, foldable landing gear

Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by MonsieurAnon, Jul 2, 2014.

  1. MonsieurAnon

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    After some time in development and some serious delays due to malfunctioning from my 3D printer, I've finally put my folding landing gear up for sale on Shapeways: http://shpws.me/vb7y

    If you haven't seen the development thread yet feel free to go there and make your input on further developments heard; viewtopic.php?f=23&t=16221

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  2. FrankPA

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    Don't suppose you'd be willing to provide the file for those with 3D printer?

    If yes, thank you so much. If no, I understand.
     
  3. MonsieurAnon

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    What type of 3D printer do you have? Would you be willing to arrange a small payment to cover the licensing of the design? Would you also be willing to agree to only print for personal use?
     
  4. FrankPA

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    I have a DaVinci 1.0. What amount do you have in mind? (keeping in mind I'm not sure I will use it, or of it will fold and fit into the existing cutout in my case.) And yes, I would agree to personal use only.

    Thanks-
    Frank.
     
  5. MonsieurAnon

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    Unfortunately, I don't have the slicing software for the DaVinci, so I won't be able to provide you with the gcode that you need. I use the Replicator 2 and I would probably consider providing .x3g files for $30, or less than half the full price of a legs set, with skids and extensions, but going to the trouble of producing the right slicing settings for a Da Vinci would take too much of my time to justify it.
     
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    OK, well thanks for the time anyway...