I’ve been meaning to make a little bracket to keep this bellows feedthrough from moving around
So today I designed this bellows holder in Sketchup. I’m waiting on a quote for 3D metal printing:
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3D printing? For that? Just get it cut! (ex. http://bigbluesaw.com)
3D printing is way too expensive for an object that simple! Just take the original file and make a 2D DXF and then send it of to bigbluesaw.
Sorry about my advice-giving; I’m just a lone MakerBot Operator that now thinks he’s an expert at CAD and Industrial Design just because he got the educational version of Alibre Design Expert for a lot less than the non-educational version.
Feel free to contact me if you decide you want to save a bunch of money by just getting it cut :)
I’ll get a quote there too.
Ha! metal printing ended up being cheaper!
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