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Re: Replicas

Unread postby gold » Fri Jun 12, 2015 12:59 pm

Very impressive. I started playing around with machining. I have a micro mill. It's not easy. Especially with no training. I hope to be able to do work like that one day.
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Re: Replicas

Unread postby powerstrip » Sat Jun 13, 2015 11:59 am

opcode66 wrote:Ouch. Mine is actually quite well engineered. In fact, I would put mine head to head with one of these. I wager mine gives better results in stereo. Just saying...


I'm certain it will.

Why ouch? Did somebody say something? I didn't notice
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Re: Replicas

Unread postby opcode66 » Sat Jun 13, 2015 6:46 pm

powerstrip wrote:not the cereal box 3D print models


Let me know when a Bladerunner falls out of your Cheerios. On a lighter note, I will be transitioning to metal as soon as my ACL, MCL and cartilage damage heal in my right knee. As it is, both my knees are now injured and I have to pull myself around on the floor to get to the computer from my bed. Fun times.
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Re: Replicas

Unread postby dimi751 » Sat Jun 13, 2015 7:21 pm

I'm sure if opcode sell blade runner over 1.5k its going to be metal I don't think its plastic, but on the other hand the guys like me who cant afford 1.5k or 2k what ever the price is I think having a feedback head done in abs or plastic or pla at a cheap price cuase its plastic, I say great bring it on good for the community and the diy cutter freaks

At the end of the day metal is the best
But expect to pay more.
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Re: Replicas

Unread postby powerstrip » Thu Jun 18, 2015 1:04 pm

opcode66 wrote:
powerstrip wrote:not the cereal box 3D print models


Let me know when a Bladerunner falls out of your Cheerios. On a lighter note, I will be transitioning to metal as soon as my ACL, MCL and cartilage damage heal in my right knee. As it is, both my knees are now injured and I have to pull myself around on the floor to get to the computer from my bed. Fun times.


HA!

I didn't even know you were making these and I was in no way aiming toward you. I love old fashioned machine work, so I feel like real cutting equipment is machine lathed, sorry to be such a downer.

I've been doing radio tower construction with a torn MCL since december, so just walk it off.

I do appreciate your work but get over yourself.
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Re: Replicas

Unread postby opcode66 » Sun Jun 28, 2015 4:18 pm

Results are results, undeniably... Not about me. Its about the work at hand I'm doing for the benfit of the community. I will be transitioning to metal parts after the r&d is completed. It actually makes more sense to do it this way. I've compressed years of tinkering in metal into a 6 month period by doing it in plastic instead. I can tweak part designs and print new ones much more rapidly than one can do in metal. Just a simple fact.

To answer Dimi, i will be selling three models: an all plastic cheap learner/burner head, hybrid metal plastic semi pro, and an all metal pro model.

Have a listen to my last filmed test cut. I am much further along now...
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Re: Replicas

Unread postby ROLANDJAYS » Sun Jun 28, 2015 4:28 pm

Alright, no more chickin squabbling on my Grampian thread.
Read Steves message. " be nice "
don't side tracked the goal in this thread.
this isn't you tube or Facebook.

thanks
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Re: Replicas

Unread postby dimi751 » Sun Jun 28, 2015 6:14 pm

Hi Roland jays

When are you looking at selling these heads

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Re: Replicas

Unread postby opcode66 » Sun Jun 28, 2015 8:50 pm

Possibly a video or a rip of a cut might be good???
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Re: Replicas

Unread postby emidisc » Mon Jun 29, 2015 3:02 pm

And Dimensions please :D
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Re: Replicas

Unread postby powerstrip » Sat Jul 04, 2015 4:24 pm

ROLANDJAYS wrote:Alright, no more chickin squabbling on my Grampian thread.
Read Steves message. " be nice "
don't side tracked the goal in this thread.
this isn't you tube or Facebook.

thanks


hey, he started it!
:lol: :twisted:
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