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    Hi Josh, I have a few designs as yet...

    Hi Josh,

    I have a few designs as yet unannounced, but whenever I'm just about to start something new the demand for an existing item jumps up and I have to park things for a little while, it's a...
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    My new gloveboxes have a dual USB plug inside,...

    My new gloveboxes have a dual USB plug inside, mainly for charging a phone whilst kept out of site, but I like the USB in the switch, very smart.

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    James
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    Nice, if printing with nylon you have to keep it...

    Nice, if printing with nylon you have to keep it as dry as a bone it absorbs atmospheric water like mad and then prints really badly. I didn't realise that when manufacturing with nylon, most items...
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    Dave, You can certainly get 2 colour FDM...

    Dave,

    You can certainly get 2 colour FDM printers, sometimes duel extruders so one just takes over from the other, or you have a purge tower which prints to one side and you run two colours...
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    Dave, Depending on what you need to do I use...

    Dave,

    Depending on what you need to do I use all Creality FDM hardware for my small business, they're pretty solid in terms of build quality and with a few tweaks can be very reliable and good...
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    [Engine] Worth noting, just for the sake of balance, that...

    Worth noting, just for the sake of balance, that the 'UK' exhaust manufactured/stocked by DeLoreanGo in the UK is not the same as the original one which you mention above, I can't comment on quality...
  7. We're spoiled for choice now, when I bought my...

    We're spoiled for choice now, when I bought my car in 2000 in the UK both handles broke and didn't have many options. My friend, a pattern maker for a foundry at the time, hand-made replacement ones...
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    [Transmission Auto] Did you cycle it through the gears while running...

    Did you cycle it through the gears while running to make sure the torque converter etc... was filled?

    Also at the risk of sounding stupid, you did wipe the dipstick clean and then take the reading...
  9. Aren't the reproduction handles aluminum anyway?...

    Aren't the reproduction handles aluminum anyway? in which case no issues with leaving un-coated apart from oxidation, that said that it probably held at bay by being constantly touched by oily hands....
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    [Frame & Body] A few of the DMC vendors used to stock these,...

    A few of the DMC vendors used to stock these, there must be a mould for them somewhere, might be worth a quick email to see if they would run a set off. I can't imagine they were a big seller and...
  11. [Fuel] A lot of the heat in the fuel tank is probably...

    A lot of the heat in the fuel tank is probably because 95+% of the fuel being sent to the hot engine goes straight back to the tank and continuously cycles around the engine and tank.

    J

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    Do you mind me asking what material you are...

    Do you mind me asking what material you are printing with?

    Just curious.

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    Just taken a closer look, I'm guessing a resin of some kind.

    J
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    I started drawing a binnacle up in CAD some time...

    I started drawing a binnacle up in CAD some time back, as it was my first delve into mesh modelling/sculpting, but I soon realised that hardly anyone is actually missing a binnacle and with the...
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    All sorted. J Sent from my SM-G920F using...

    All sorted.

    J

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    Diameter of tube for flux bands?

    I'm making a very amateur BTTF set to pop on my car for a static charity event.

    Anyway I want to bend up some aluminium tube for my flux bands and wondered if anyone know roughly what diameter...
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    62681 Just thought I'd pop this here as my...

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    Just thought I'd pop this here as my full scale front grill finished printing this evening.

    This is straight from the printer, no post print prep has been done.


    James
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    Yeah it's just the rendering makes it look...

    Yeah it's just the rendering makes it look sharper than it is (assuming it's my grill image your commenting on).

    I've split it between two printers which I'm running quite large nozzels on so...
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    Front Grill... 62671 I modelled this up...

    Front Grill...
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    I modelled this up yesterday evening and printed one off at 30% size last night. It looked good so I will be printing full size on Friday (just for fun)

    I'm going to a...
  20. [Frame & Body] Why not buy a small sheet of self adhesive closed...

    Why not buy a small sheet of self adhesive closed cell foam and cut your own rings.

    You could perhaps use a heated cookie cutter ring of the right diameter to cut/melt the foam to the correct...
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    I would split that in two halves add a couple of...

    I would split that in two halves add a couple of flanges to each half with holes in so it can be joined with a couple of M6 bolts and then print on its end with no support. This would require adding...
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    This really is for cans and small drinks, it was...

    This really is for cans and small drinks, it was either two regular cans/regular cup of take away coffee or one large hole for a large drink to fit within the confines of the original space.

    I...
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    Screw access shot to answer earlier question,...

    Screw access shot to answer earlier question, holes are counterbored so the screws sit below the surfacehttps://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20191221/9854362e3da68f8acc47b9384133a0e3.jpg

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    That was the largest size I could really fit in...

    That was the largest size I could really fit in the space, this fits with zero modification to the car, you can even use your original screws if you like.

    I'm biased of course as I designed/make...
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    I Personally I'd definately use a bead of...

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    Personally I'd definately use a bead of sealer to get a very smart finish, but it's not really required to actually hold them on.

    J

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