Bullard SST F-Hydro

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Tom Foley

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Looks great ! I run the brass tube through the box full length up near the top and epoxy in support along the run under the tube so it cannot occillate and crack . Never , ever had one break and some of the guys can attest that , well , I run the boats hard ..... I do like what I see here though .
 

RaceMechaniX

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good looking servo mounts!
CF-Nylon Mike. Works great for mounts. It's a little difficult to bond to so I drill small holes to allow the epoxy to grip it better like a mushroom head.
 

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longballlumber

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CF-Nylon Mike.

It's a nice functional design!

I need to finish my encloser so I can start trying some different materials. I have read the Nylon based materials can absorb water quickly causing printing inconsistencies. Although, that won't stop me from trying.
 

RaceMechaniX

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Okay, I think I just realized I need a 3D printer. Very nice indeed!!
I thought the same in till I found Treatstock.com. I upload parts I designed and instantly get bids on the parts in all different materials and colors. These two servo mounts costs me $18 shipped and I get them in a couple days. As much as I would like my own machine, it's more practical to let someone else maintain it, stock the filaments, dry them and prints the parts.
 

Buckshot

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I thought the same in till I found Treatstock.com. I upload parts I designed and instantly get bids on the parts in all different materials and colors. These two servo mounts costs me $18 shipped and I get them in a couple days. As much as I would like my own machine, it's more practical to let someone else maintain it, stock the filaments, dry them and prints the parts.
Sweet! Thanks for the info.
 

Davidkrienke

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We have that problem with filament after time getting moisture in it. That's neat they have such a thing where people bid for the print jobs like that. Kind of a fiver for 3d printing.
 

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