FIRST 3D PRINTING PROJECT, SURVEY MINIPOD

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FIRST 3D PRINTING PROJECT, SURVEY MINIPOD

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I recently liberated some fun tickets from my old laptop and rolled them into a 3D printer. 3D printing is sort of the final frontier in my CAD Monkey/Reality Capture Specialist journey. To christen my new adventure I decided to design and print something that I have always wanted in my toolbox but never really ran out to buy. I was always getting on just fine with my pin pole and GMP-111, the buildings were always where they needed to be and the structural steel and anchors always found their home nicely. I really do get annoyed trying to keep everything level and watch my the screen on my TSC3, using a mini bipod works good but seemingly falls over or gets knocked over all too often by some grumpy welders who like to tell me its my fault. Today for the 12 or so times a year I get out to do any layout, I really cannot justify purchasing some of the fancier branded items, though I really do respect those designs and feel if used frequently enough do justify their large price tags. I have made the files available for a small fee on Creality Cloud including an assembly drawing. The fee is obviously much less than my time into it but in consult with some industry peers giving your efforts away today doesn't make any sense.


Creality Cloud -SURVEY LEVELING MINI POD From Kenneth Gallant https://www.crealitycloud.com/model-det ... fd5a78a017
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