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Have you printed something to make reloading a little easier?

 

Here's a bottle adapter I printed for my spent primers on my Hornady LnL AP. Fits 2L and bottles with that threading. This one is off of a sparkling ice flavored water bottle... 17oz/ ~500ml

 

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13 minutes ago, stick said:

my son printed me a few of the knobs for the Dillon Powder measure.   had to tap them on with a brass hammer, but they work well.

That's awesome! I am using my kids printer... I asked him to teach me how to do it as he took a class in high school. He said just go to TinkerCad and figure it out, you're smart enough... I wasn't sure how to take that... lol. I've used his printer a lot more than he has lately. He said they only did design and sent the file to the teacher to slice and print. I've got just a basic handle on the process, but things are turning out pretty good so far. Would love to see a pic of his handiwork.

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24 minutes ago, mvmojo said:

I use OpenSCAD, a free downloadable 3D CAD modeller program.  Pretty easy to use once you wrap your head around working in the Z axis as well as in X & Y!  

https://www.openscad.org/downloads.html

Thanks for sharing! I think I have an ok grasp on TinkerCad so I'd like to move to the next level, I'll check it out.

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I’m using Fusion360 which is a good bit more powerful and very easy to learn, and a Prusa Mk3S I built from a kit last week.

 


 

I have a few unique ideas for 3D printed Dillon accessories forthcoming. My wife and I are going to be building an Etsy store and buying an Enos vendor space for them, as a matter of fact.

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14 hours ago, MemphisMechanic said:

I’m using Fusion360 which is a good bit more powerful and very easy to learn, and a Prusa Mk3S I built from a kit last week.

Very nice!
My kid has the Creality Ender 3 Pro, but I can see where dual extruders would be an awesome upgrade for water soluble support or multiple colors. Maybe one for me as he is going to college next year...

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58 minutes ago, MemphisMechanic said:

@two shoes this was one extruder: you simply change filaments when prompted by the printer and it continues working!

Holy Cow! I was looking at the Prusa site last night and had seen the 5 color loader! The Ender 3 Pro doesn't have that kind of versatility, but it was cheap enough for a Christmas present for the kid.

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