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Thread: 3D Printable Time Machine Parts Project

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    Nicely done! So cool to see these parts on the car and to have you willing to share them. 3D models like this haven't typically been shared so openly in the community.
    David Proehl

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidProehl View Post
    3D models like this haven't typically been shared so openly in the community.
    yeah, I noticed that is why I released them.....lI am one of those rock the boat guys.....lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kgp4death View Post
    Here are the results of the project, proof is in the pudding I guess, not perfect but good enough for me.

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    This is amazing work Nicely done!

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    full album of restoration and time machine build

    here are all the pics the people in pics are not me btw I am taking pics and documenting


    https://photos.app.goo.gl/VANJ2XuNr2CG3hmQ7

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    Quote Originally Posted by kgp4death View Post
    here are all the pics the people in pics are not me btw I am taking pics and documenting


    https://photos.app.goo.gl/VANJ2XuNr2CG3hmQ7
    Very Nice! Great job and thank you for sharing the pics. Did you cut the aluminum yourself?

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    the Gary weaver cads I had laser cut (not cheap) but everything else I cut mostly with a higher-end jigsaw with a metal blade. I guess if you get the cads printed 1 to 1 scale you could cut it yourself but welding (which I also didn't do which also was not cheap) will be a little harder.
    album of full restoration and time machine build
    https://photos.app.goo.gl/VANJ2XuNr2CG3hmQ7

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    Nice stuff! I do have a more accurate model of the TRW Keypad that I modeled off the blueprints that were posted in the BTTF Parts ask me anything section. Thereís two versions- one with the keypad plate for an actual keypad, and one with a keypad plate that has static keys - which I would recommend getting printed so the keys turn out nice.

    Iíll try and get that posted on Thingiverse this weekend sometime.

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    Hereís the model printed at .2mm

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    cool yeah the keypad model I had were for very specific time circuits from UK
    album of full restoration and time machine build
    https://photos.app.goo.gl/VANJ2XuNr2CG3hmQ7

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