home repair tools

It breaks a tool house? … Is not the piece? it takes too long to recover? … Is not the piece and must be scrapped?

Now it changes system

Verification size of broken piece, 3d modeling, 3d printing

the mower is returned functioning … I clean it a little '…

Zortrax with m200

zsuite 1.2

timing printed 11 hours

Speed Normal

material z-hips

thickness 00:29

solid infill

???? I am confused.

Are you asking questions or are you posting results?

:huh:

impressive :)

???? I am confused.

 

Are you asking questions or are you posting results?

 

:huh:

Hi HeavenlyCreation,

I included the detail that it was broken,

, the patch printed with Zortrax

gardening today:

everything works as soon as left the factory :slight_smile:

@heavenly

Let me translate…

"A (power)tool in your home broke down? You don’t have the spare part or it would take too long to order it? There is no spare part available anymore and you would have to scrap the whole tool?

From now on do it differently!

Measure the broken part, design it in 3D, and then print it.

The mower works again! I still have to clean it up a little…"

@heavenly

Let me translate…

"A (power)tool in your home broke down? You don’t have the spare part or it would take too long to order it? There is no spare part available anymore and you would have to scrap the whole tool?

From now on do it differently!

Measure the broken part, design it in 3D, and then print it.

The mower works again! I still have to clean it up a little…"

hi,

sorry for my poor English …

the particular broken “maybe” was not available …

to have certain answer, they served three weeks …

Now with the 3D printer can make repairs at home,

of course you must also run the modeling software 3d …

this technology could create new job opportunities :slight_smile: :slight_smile: :slight_smile:

@heavenly

Let me translate…

"A (power)tool in your home broke down? You don’t have the spare part or it would take too long to order it? There is no spare part available anymore and you would have to scrap the whole tool?

From now on do it differently!

Measure the broken part, design it in 3D, and then print it.

The mower works again! I still have to clean it up a little…"

Thanks. Andre.

I'm not so good with foreign languages. I'm only an illiterate American. hehehe 

Cheers!

Great stuff luckys! well done :)

Great stuff luckys! well done :)

Thanks Chris!

The m200 is truly a super printer, very strong and always ready for maximum performance.

The maximum would be to begin to have the possibility to explore with other materials, give also the possibility to freely set the temperature, simultaneously with the use std.

And try printing with a resolution of 0.05 and 0.025 for the thumbnails.

Thanks to the commitment of all the staff of Zortrax

(translation english with google translator)

Thanks to all the friends of the forum,

always ready for the advice and support !!!

thanks

… restyling … 3d printing progress

update, for higher mechanical resistance and functionality,

with added reinforcements

the prototype made by copying the original part,

It has been updated to increase the mechanical strength, and prevent new cracks.

@heavenly

Let me translate…

"A (power)tool in your home broke down? You don’t have the spare part or it would take too long to order it? There is no spare part available anymore and you would have to scrap the whole tool?

From now on do it differently!

Measure the broken part, design it in 3D, and then print it.

The mower works again! I still have to clean it up a little…"

Andre … thanks for traduction … :slight_smile:

great job !

how long for 3D modeling this part ?

Thanks. Andre.

 

I’m not so good with foreign languages. I’m only an illiterate American. hehehe 

Cheers!

Ma che cavolo, Creato In Cielo?! Sbrigatevi un poco, sforzatevi.

congrats Luckys.

this was really well accomplished.

Creating new things with CAD and printing is exciting, but there's a special satisfaction that comes from fixing something broken (especially when a replacement part is difficult to find) as Luca did here. My husband is always searching online for a new part and I'm like "No, no, just give me the broken one and I'll make a new part" :) It still feels like science fiction to me.

Creating new things with CAD and printing is exciting, but there's a special satisfaction that comes from fixing something broken (especially when a replacement part is difficult to find) as Luca did here. My husband is always searching online for a new part and I'm like "No, no, just give me the broken one and I'll make a new part" :) It still feels like science fiction to me.

Yep!

Nothing like the look on a partners face when you take their broken "thing", and come back with a replacement.

Helps reduce the nagging about how much you spend on your hobby too!

great job !

 

how long for 3D modeling this part ?

about 3 hours before the modeling … about an hour for the next change (no parametric software)

Ma che cavolo, Creato In Cielo?! Sbrigatevi un poco, sforzatevi.

congrats Luckys.

this was really well accomplished.

… smile … I do not write well in English … translation with Google … pardon

Lucky - your English is much better than my Italian :)