Re: Who 3d prints parts

kenny s /
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> Dirty30 Dillon wrote:

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> As someone who does a lot of time-consuming design stuff for 3dP, I

> would say your best bet may be to start learning 3d modelling and such.

> If you can at least create the STL's than paying to print is easy, you

> may just need to pay for 5-6 prints as tests before you get the design

> correct.

>

> And Nick's $50/hr is definitely on the low side for a freelance

> modelling gig. Expect to also pay up front for a minimum hour-invoice of

> development time.

that depends. i 3d printed an adapter to use nt carburetors on a moped. lets say for example the circular adapter is 16mm on outside and 14mm inside, i couldnt figure out how to cut out the 14mm on the inside, so i just asked a supervisor at the library and he helped me for free. there are also books at the library that teach people to make .stl drawings step by step if anyone wants to learn.

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