FRAMING JOHN DELOREAN - ON VOD www.framingjohndeloreanfilm.com
Page 2 of 4 FirstFirst 1 2 3 4 LastLast
Results 11 to 20 of 34

Thread: 3D Printable Time Machine Parts Project

  1. #11
    Member
    Join Date:  Oct 2015

    Location:  Rhode Island

    Posts:    33

    My VIN:    it's over 9000....well 3070

    Just posting an updated screenshot of printable parts....will post links when I have time


  2. #12
    Senior Member Timebender's Avatar
    Join Date:  Nov 2011

    Location:  Jamul, CA

    Posts:    1,491

    My VIN:    07000

    Sweet! Looks like you have my Wormhole Emitter (which I do need to update now..).

    Glad to see the rest too! Iím going to try making a model of the Mr. Fusion base as a one piece model, vs the ones there that are all segments and incomplete.

  3. #13
    Member
    Join Date:  Oct 2015

    Location:  Rhode Island

    Posts:    33

    My VIN:    it's over 9000....well 3070

    Cool man and thanks again for the wormhole emitter model that was one of the nicer models of anything I have ever found of anything, so detailed and awesome.

  4. #14
    Senior Member Timebender's Avatar
    Join Date:  Nov 2011

    Location:  Jamul, CA

    Posts:    1,491

    My VIN:    07000

    Quote Originally Posted by kgp4death View Post
    Cool man and thanks again for the wormhole emitter model that was one of the nicer models of anything I have ever found of anything, so detailed and awesome.
    Stop youíre making me blush..

    Anyway, glad you like it!

    And btw I will be offering it soon on my site as well, both raw printed and finished versions for a TON less than what some of the other time machine parts guys charge.

  5. #15
    Member
    Join Date:  Oct 2015

    Location:  Rhode Island

    Posts:    33

    My VIN:    it's over 9000....well 3070

    cool you finally got a printer saw you were looking for a service there for a little while. Also feel free to print any of my stuff anyone want's i do not have that kinda time to help people print stuff.

  6. #16
    Senior Member Timebender's Avatar
    Join Date:  Nov 2011

    Location:  Jamul, CA

    Posts:    1,491

    My VIN:    07000

    Happy to help!

  7. #17
    Junior Member
    Join Date:  Jun 2019

    Posts:    9

    Thank You

    Awesome post thanks!

  8. #18
    Member
    Join Date:  Oct 2015

    Location:  Rhode Island

    Posts:    33

    My VIN:    it's over 9000....well 3070

    Quote Originally Posted by WackyBob View Post
    Awesome post thanks!
    Glad someone likes the project.....no one else seems to care.....lol.....here are the rest of the links

    3 red Capacitors with elbows and mounting plate
    https://a360.co/2RZPN7j

    Silver can for in front of Plutonium Chamber
    https://a360.co/2FRMOZV

    Blue Capacitors and mounting plate
    https://a360.co/2RZidy8

    Time Circuits (I didnít print this I had one)
    https://a360.co/2YBUHdl

    Speed O Meter Box
    https://a360.co/2FY74Je

    Cross Over tube
    https://a360.co/2L7UYBp

    Alarm Clock
    https://a360.co/2L4tZXw

    Time Circuit Switch Enclosure (didnít print I had one)
    https://a360.co/2Lcqgrd

    Jantrol Tank or behind driver outside
    https://a360.co/2L3Ncsn

    Wire Trunks interior near time circuits
    https://a360.co/2L652Ly

    True Keypad
    https://a360.co/2L4hOtW

    Torin blower for near flux capacitor interior
    https://a360.co/2FROxhR

    3 hole black thing for in front of plutonium chamber
    https://a360.co/2RYXURA

    radio model
    https://a360.co/2RZ9Rqw

    plutonium gauges and enclosure
    https://a360.co/2FYTohb

    corrugated black tube holder near plutonium gauge
    https://a360.co/2S2ZRwj

    overhead switch panel
    https://a360.co/2L5qwYF

    orange tube exterior
    https://a360.co/2S3anE2

    compass
    https://a360.co/2RVpfUE

    ato muffler and holder
    https://a360.co/2G9Xgw7

    Voltage regulator box for behind passenger seat
    https://a360.co/2FWGLDt

    Wire Strain Relief Couplings
    https://a360.co/2YC4OPb

  9. #19
    Member
    Join Date:  Oct 2015

    Location:  Rhode Island

    Posts:    33

    My VIN:    it's over 9000....well 3070

    Here are the results of the project, proof is in the pudding I guess, not perfect but good enough for me.

    Resized952019061495113752.jpg
    Resized952019061495113431.jpgResized952019061495113419.jpg
    20190527_160044.jpg
    Resized952019061495113357.jpg

  10. #20
    Junior Member
    Join Date:  Jun 2019

    Posts:    9

    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.

    Resized952019061495113752.jpg
    Resized952019061495113431.jpgResized952019061495113419.jpg
    20190527_160044.jpg
    Resized952019061495113357.jpg
    Awesome Your efforts are much appreciated!

    Would you mind sending me a PM with your number? Iíd love to ask you some things?

Page 2 of 4 FirstFirst 1 2 3 4 LastLast

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •