[COMMUNITY] Prints from our HBP's

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Re: [COMMUNITY] Prints from our HBP's

Post by HALFORD » 23 Jan 2016, 19:29

Hello Bee's,
Finally got round to completing this Flower Vase.

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All printed parts, 5 items in all. Stands 22CM tall.

Happy Prints,,, 8-)

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Re: [COMMUNITY] Prints from our HBP's

Post by jsilver » 28 Jan 2016, 22:26

Marvin
Layer height 100 micron
Material: Yellow PLA
Software: Simplify3D
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Re: [COMMUNITY] Prints from our HBP's

Post by Andre_A » 29 Jan 2016, 15:53

Nice HALFORD, I love it and it's also a very good test to the printer itself ;)
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Re: [COMMUNITY] Prints from our HBP's

Post by DNeves » 07 Mar 2016, 14:19

Hi Guys,

It has been a while.

Here is an example of the printing capacity of our HBP's! :D

Part: Surf fin
Description: Fin to mount on surf board
Material: PLA
Resolution: 0,15mm
Duration: 48 hours
Notes: due to the dimension of the part, I had the need to print it in two different parts. After that I glued it with Loctite and then I melted the PLA (and added some extra) to reinforce the printed part! :)


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Re: [COMMUNITY] Prints from our HBP's

Post by HALFORD » 07 Mar 2016, 19:28

Wow, 48hrs is a long,long print.
Why did it take so long? Only medium resolution.
What is the size of the part?

Nice finish, What params did you set?

Filipe

Re: [COMMUNITY] Prints from our HBP's

Post by Filipe » 08 Mar 2016, 09:10

Nice :)

48 hours for both parts?

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Re: [COMMUNITY] Prints from our HBP's

Post by DNeves » 08 Mar 2016, 10:48

HALFORD wrote:Wow, 48hrs is a long,long print.
Why did it take so long? Only medium resolution.
What is the size of the part?

Nice finish, What params did you set?
Hi Halford! Yep, it took a while because the infill was near 100%. And due to the heigth of the part I had to decrease the printing speed to make sure that the part kept fixed to the printing surface due to its height. The total height of both parts assembled is about 27 cm.
Filipe wrote:Nice :)

48 hours for both parts?
Filipe, I printed both parts at once :)

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Re: [COMMUNITY] Prints from our HBP's

Post by Volker_Bollig » 13 Mar 2016, 15:14

Hello,

I made a housing for my HBP in order to keep printing quiet and at a constant temperature as well as free of disturbing airflow. This is because I had severe warping problems printing ABS.

For the housing I made a mount for a surveillance camera and a filament spool holder:

The housing with aluminium frame:

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The spool holder with ball bearings inside:

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and the camera mount (to the left):

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Volker

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Re: [COMMUNITY] Prints from our HBP's

Post by Filipe » 13 Mar 2016, 21:31

Hi Volker,

This looks great!

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Re: [COMMUNITY] Prints from our HBP's

Post by DNeves » 14 Mar 2016, 10:20

Excelent work Volken! I like the way you made the printer part of the case by changing the position of some parts, such as the LCD and the power supply switch. Very well indeed! :D Keep up the good work! ;)

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