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Repairing a thirty-year old Triton workcentre with 3D printed stainless steel


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Of course any serious handyman would have made such a simple item from stainless rod and roll pins laying around his garage.
#1 Wrench on 2011-11-23 04:14 (Reply)
But how would you do the raised parts on each side, short of welding?

Sure this design is simple, but the post shows us how it's now possible to replicate almost any metal item, no matter how intricate!

I'm impressed.
#1.1 Chris J (Homepage) on 2011-11-27 05:57 (Reply)

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