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Author Topic: 3D printed parts..?  (Read 545 times)


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3D printed parts..?
« on: 18 August, 2017, 05:44:20 PM »
Just a thought for some of you more experienced guys on here.....

I'm yet to undertake my first build yet but do you guys think there could be a use for 3D printed parts on the toylanders..?

I guess I will have my own ideas once I get started on my own build but just thought I would ask the question. The first thing that springs to mind for me is a personalised number plate.

Any thoughts..? Like most of you guys I love to tinker about with this sort of stuff!!


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Re: 3D printed parts..?
« Reply #1 on: 30 August, 2017, 09:44:19 PM »
I have a TL and a 3D printer (although the TL came first). The only think I can obviously see was a new custom dash console - in the end we made ours with some labour intensive woodworking and some lovely mini checker plate. However I have a lot of custom electrics, numerous relays and boxes dotted all over the engine bay and I'm planning to put everything possible into a custom printed case which can slot in somewhere and have all the input/outputs as proper plugged cables of different sorts.
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