Rookie 3D printer question, in what orientation did you print this part? I'm thinking flat, with the Y parallel to the build plate, with support structures turned on.I am working on some bigger stuff but here are a couple of other parts I have made that fit on any build.
Coolant hose bracket to keep it away from the supercharger and the belt.
You can obviously print it however works best for you, but I printed it in its natural orientation, a little more support than flat but it leaves all the supports on the underside out of view.Rookie 3D printer question, in what orientation did you print this part? I'm thinking flat, with the Y parallel to the build plate, with support structures turned on.
I made some with little orc/goblin faces poking out, but I haven't put them on yet... Not sure I want them falling off at speed. They're also made for my wheels and don't fit the OEM cobalt wheels.Has anyone designed any wheel center caps? My son is getting started with designing his own 3d files, and wants to try some center caps; wondering if anyone has a place to start, or a really cool design.
Iam assuming the LNF cover is different? LolThis is a coil cover for the LSJ engine. The split design was printed in PLA, whole design was SLS printed from Nylon PA12 and both bolted right up without issues. Including a couple different formats for the files to cater to everyone's needs for printing (stl, glb, obj, svg, mtl). Within the folder is a blank template (doesn't say "Goblin" in case you want to add your own letters), a split format of the "Goblin" so it can be 3D printed in most hobbyist printers (like my Ender 3 Pro) and a whole format of the "Goblin" if you want to have someone make this for you as well.View attachment 22404