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    I can probably print these for you guys, if its allowed.

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    I can not get logged into 3D Hubs at the moment. As I remember, it was about $25ish for a set. I ordered 2 since it was cheaper. I used blue ABS. Not sure about the other settings but they did change the price. I was impressed with the low price. All mail order, no local pick up. But it was much cheaper than I could find locally. I also added one offset damper for a total of about $80. I wish I had used that money to buy a $500 3D printer.
    They should arrive in the next few days and I will post how it worked out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Widmayer View Post
    I can not get logged into 3D Hubs at the moment. As I remember, it was about $25ish for a set. I ordered 2 since it was cheaper. I used blue ABS. Not sure about the other settings but they did change the price. I was impressed with the low price. All mail order, no local pick up. But it was much cheaper than I could find locally. I also added one offset damper for a total of about $80. I wish I had used that money to buy a $500 3D printer.
    They should arrive in the next few days and I will post how it worked out.
    You dont need to blow $500 to get a decent machine these days. You can get the ender3 for around $175 on ebay, on their %15 store wide coupon days.

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    My public library prints for $ 0.10/gram. I think most do today.
    Submit files online, pay when pick up.

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    I just got the parts in the mail. I used blue ABS and other setting are in the order below. I order 2 Microdamper since there was a discount for 2. I also ordered parts for 1 offset rotary damper (Tom Kole). They came out really nice and strong.


    Description Specifications Details Qty Price

    body-2-MG90s.stl
    73.0 29.5 130.8 mm
    3D printing
    Standard ABS (FDM)

    Blue, 100% infill, 200μm

    1

    $17.58

    $17.58 / PART


    cylinder.stl
    32.0 33.5 32.0 mm
    3D printing
    Standard ABS (FDM)

    Blue, 100% infill, 200μm

    1

    $5.87

    $5.87 / PART


    fanhousing_1inNPT.stl
    48.9 38.3 48.9 mm
    3D printing
    Standard ABS (FDM)

    Blue, 100% infill, 200μm

    2

    $19.00

    $9.50 / PART


    housing-2-MG90s.stl
    73.0 39.0 74.7 mm
    3D printing
    Standard ABS (FDM)

    Blue, 100% infill, 200μm

    1

    $18.64

    $18.64 / PART


    servohousing_sg90.stl
    48.9 31.2 48.9 mm
    3D printing
    Standard ABS (FDM)

    Blue, 100% infill, 200μm

    2

    $14.42

    $7.21 / PART


    valvetop_sg90.stl
    45.8 5.4 45.8 mm
    3D printing
    Standard ABS (FDM)

    Blue, 100% infill, 200μm

    2

    $4.88

    $2.44 / PART

    Shipping $0.00
    Subtotal $80.39
    Sales tax 0%
    $0.00
    Total US$80.39

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    Pricey compared to what I have been asking for RD3 parts...
    I created the Roto Damper, RD3, HMv4.2 sliding back case, "air-burner" and the "ping-pong" valve in my quest for delicious "set and forget" BBQ.

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    100% infill is also a lot, that's solid plastic. I usually print at 15% infill on the cases, and go as low at 10% and as high as 25% in normal printing. If their price has a material cost factor. Just a quick slicer math check gives me 70g with 15% infill, 139g with 100%.
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    Ralph,
    I travel so I was looking for quick and easy. Not wanting to bother anyone. Everyone is very helpful here, just didn't want to impose. Since I was only looking for a few parts, cost was OK.

    Bryan,
    Your right. That's a lot of plastic. It sure is strong. I just didn't know for sure and was in a hurry so it would be there when I returned home. The additional cost didn't look too bad. Thanks for the advice. I will use it on future prints.

    Thanks,
    Joe Widmayer

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