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I want something you MIGHT have. Willing to sell?
By Suburbancharlie77
#142735
I've got one, but it's not for sale. If you could find a way to scan it, then your more than welcome to it, if you're close?
If there's a way to scan stuff, PLEASE let me know!!! I know of quite a few opportunities for obsolete parts......
But in talking to the guy at my library, you need code written to use the printer. He suggested finding a smart kid..... but my library doesn't have a big enough printer for a hood. I'd love to get some roll bar supports made. The little plastic uprights.
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By Dice6x7
#142738
Usually, there is a scanning device that can build the 3d image. There is even some software that can take photos from your cell phone to build it. After that, the slicing program can build the instructions for the rest of it.

Something big like a hood could be broken down to to a couple pieces, printed, and then glued together to complete it.

https://3dprint.com/138629/2016-3d-scan ... ing-guide/

A list of different 3d photogrmtry programs
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Compari ... y_software
By Suburbancharlie77
#142782
I'll be bringing my numbskull in tomorrow to return some books. I'll see if I can discuss this with the guy in charge, and not just a lady that works there. He might know something more?
By Suburbancharlie77
#142816
"THE" guy, wasn't there.... but weather was pretty good today, nice and cloudy (no sunblock applications) so I barely made it before they closed. I'll catch him probably next Tuesday (no school for beanbrain)
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