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Startt 3D Printed Part Files
 STARTT   Started by Jack Keum   2017-03-23 16:01:40 +00:00   Comments: 9    Viewed: 6041

  1. Jack Keum
    Jack Keum Moderator Staff Member
    Hi All,

    I've received some requests on the 3D printed parts for the Startt printer. So here is it. ;)



    Left file



    Right file




    Happy printing!

    Best,
    Jack
    Jack Keum, 2017-03-23 16:01:40 +00:00
  2. Iker bastida
    Iker bastida Member
    Ufff Thanks!!!!!!

    i go to print it inmediately!!!
    Iker bastida, 2017-03-24 11:53:56 +00:00
  3. Mark Dickson
    Mark Dickson Member
    Thank you very much for posting these files.  My parts also fell victim to the warping issue which caused the rods to not be parallel. Thankfully I have another 3D printer to make these with.  I would be out of luck if I didn't.
    Mark Dickson, 2017-04-22 01:26:24 +01:00
  4. Does anyone have a file for the fan duct?  Mine is full of filament and quite distorted.

    Peter
    Peter Collins, 2017-04-22 23:15:16 +01:00
  5. Mark Dickson
    Mark Dickson Member
    If the fan duct isn't already drawn up and available I can sketch one up.
    Mark Dickson, 2017-04-23 00:59:28 +01:00
  6. Mark Dickson
    Mark Dickson Member
    I just drafted up the fan shroud modeled after the one that came with my Startt kit.  

    You can download it here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2267392

    T
    he duct area itself is not an exact match to the original part, but it will still get the job done.
    Mark Dickson, 2017-04-23 06:26:22 +01:00
  7. Jack Keum
    Jack Keum Moderator Staff Member







    Thanks Mark! I've tested this part and as you said, it will get the job done. 

    However, I've noticed that the file you posted on thingiverse is slightly broken, here is the one repaired with NetFabb version.
    Fan shroud.

    Jack

    Jack Keum, 2017-04-24 15:14:36 +01:00
  8. Mark Dickson
    Mark Dickson Member
    Thanks for the update, Jack.  I had never used NetFabb to repair parts before.  I used SketchUp to check for "water tightness" of the model, but it looks like I had some surfaces facing the wrong direction, correct?  It still printed perfectly using standard settings with Cura, but it's better to have a properly designed part.  I will update the STL on thingiverse.
    Mark Dickson, 2017-04-24 16:10:24 +01:00
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  9. Thank you I got the required thing. :) Btw if you are struglling to find a good 3d printing, you might get some info from 3dprintingpenpicks
    Geekpeak Software, 2017-08-22 12:02:55 +01:00
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