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    guykuo
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    Been gone on a foray into 3D printing, but now I can do things like this fill probe cap.

    Vulcan Probe Fill Cap

    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3900030

    #529137

    miksatx
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    Hi Guy nice to see you back in a forum. Nice work! I thought about trying my hand at a 3D printing for about a second lol. Been trying to cut back on projects.

    #529438

    guykuo
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    Go away for a while and entire forum changed (and seems quite a bit quieter)

    #529516

    miksatx
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    Yep lots have changed zonk and I are still hanging around. Most seem to have left not liking the forum change. some report not being able to post in other areas. Do you plan on selling the fill probe caps?
    I’ve seen several magazine holder being printed. I noticed that on a few guns I have that I could probably fit magazine holder on the picatinny rail. But haven’t seen any offering that option.

    #529521

    zonk
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    I still poke my nose in here when I think of it. To busy shooting my Vulcans!

    #529522

    zonk
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    Oh by the way, this new format SUCKS!!

    #529524

    guykuo
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    Not planning on selling printed parts. I’m just making the models available for download and printing. It’s a whole new world of possibility with 3D prints. Choice of plastics also allows for some good strength parts – not stiff as aluminum or steel, but housings, stock parts, and trigger blades are all reasonably doable. What is most interesting is the detailed geometry one can achieve that would be difficult if not impossible via machining.

    Yep, this new forum style is pretty stark and low density.

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