Printed a Shaft Seal Installer Tool on my 3D printer

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Printed a Shaft Seal Installer Tool on my 3D printer

Postby Diametric » Tue Aug 15, 2017 8:35 pm

Could NOT find one for a TV12 Mazda Miata Compressor a while back.

So I made one...on my 3D printer.

IT WORKED !!

Cost: 13 CENTS

Disclaimer......I DID smooth it by sanding the outside of the printed part for about 10 minutes with 500 then 1000 emery paper.
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Re: Printed a Shaft Seal Installer Tool on my 3D printer

Postby ice-n-tropics » Wed Aug 16, 2017 10:26 am

Maybe we could have fun w/ your 3D printer w/ a grill escutcheon for Tim (ACKITS.COM) and 3D hood ornaments for bohica2xo's compact PU ('Yote) and my F150 (Boar head w/ tusks).
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Re: Printed a Shaft Seal Installer Tool on my 3D printer

Postby bohica2xo » Fri Aug 18, 2017 10:07 am

HogSlayer:
Anything he swept up on the floor would resemble the last 'yote. The 30/378 makes soup @ 3750

I am still in the subtractive manufacturing camp...

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Re: Printed a Shaft Seal Installer Tool on my 3D printer

Postby Tim » Fri Aug 18, 2017 11:18 am

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Re: Printed a Shaft Seal Installer Tool on my 3D printer

Postby bohica2xo » Sat Aug 19, 2017 11:10 am

Tim wrote:Show off!


Well, yeah.
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Re: Printed a Shaft Seal Installer Tool on my 3D printer

Postby ice-n-tropics » Mon Aug 21, 2017 10:52 am

Old school metal remover,
Nice sand casting and machining and branding

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