Cheapest quote I could find at one of the online 3D printing services is about $100. I don't know if that's reasonable but it's my only option at this point.
Have a couple of car nerd buds w 3d printers, where you located?Cheapest quote I could find at one of the online 3D printing services is about $100. I don't know if that's reasonable but it's my only option at this point.
Nice, I'm in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.Have a couple of car nerd buds w 3d printers, where you located?
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Hahaha the most elaborate long con, get a job specifically to use the office suppliesIf you get a part time job at microcenter you get to use the 3D printer for free and get a discount for the film
Thanks and yes I have! I guess I needed to take things one at a time as I wrap my head around everything and check for clearance. Incorporating the upper strut mount into the upper section would be ideal.Looks great!
If you are going to the length of making this lower seat totally custom, have you thought about changing the upper part (the blue bearing carrier)? You could simplify your design a bit, making the lower plate and the round part separate, and then thread them together or weld them. It could make the round part machinable on a lathe, maybe even integrate that upper bearing mount into the round portion and eliminate the blue part completely.
Also I sent you a message about prototyping.
Wow... I really wish that I had known about those back when I made those custom shoulder nuts so that I could use the KWs with the PDV shock mounts... lol.What IDs do you need? Could you use a bearing bushing/sleeve instead of two different bushings? Like this: SKF