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3d printed squonker

Discussion in 'All Things Mod Making' started by shale84, Feb 17, 2019.

  1. shale84

    shale84 Postman

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    It's not as some pro made mods but it's not bad either,transfered squonk 510 from geekvape Athena that I had,until I see will I like it,then I might go for 22mm 510 and proper bottle

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  2. Slanger

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    Looks great mate well done
     
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  3. Slanger

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    creality 3 ender in the back ? How you finding it supposed to be quite good out of the box
     
  4. shale84

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    It seems quite good out of the box according to facebook group members,It's my 4th printer and I did some upgrades straight away like Duet wifi board and Titan Aero so I can't really tell
     
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  5. Slanger

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    Nice I have been looking at Duet, and getting a BMG dual drive extruder.

    Currently running MKS Gen 1.4, TMC 2100's, Bulldog Style extruder. Just putting the dual extruder together all fitted just need to play about with it.
     
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  6. shale84

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    This one I printed in ABS and sanded/polished by hand,it seems that ABS is much easier to sand than PLA,buttons are supposed to be glow in the dark material but it seems that I bought bad one as it's not glowing.
    Anyway it's nice and enjoyable to make your own mod even it's not my design,I wish I have more tools/space/money to make mods from wood or stabwood.

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    Have a word with @Lee . He does glow in the dark tips. He could make up buttons if the blanks big enough. Nice finish on the mod, almost Delrin smooth. Good job :2thumbsup:
     
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  8. Badawy

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    So much better than first one !
    If you wouldn’t mind
    But what chip do you use and how much does it cost you to print it?
     
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  9. shale84

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    I used DNA75 board from some old mod I had,510 connector is around £5,bottle a few £,Filament few £ as well and some selection of sand papers,polish paste etc,
     
  10. Slanger

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    Looks good mate well done.
     
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