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July 11, 2011, 02:40:56 AM
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I’m selling a set of SAE Prusa Mendel parts printed on the Mendel used in many of my recent projects.  The parts are from the current files in the PrusaMendel git repository, and are printed in PLA.  They are quite clean and strong, but may need a little work with a knife or drill bit.  The Wade’s Extruder and PLA bushings from the repository are also included.  But wait, there’s more!  Between getting misaligned on the trip home from Maker Faire and a torn belt, my printer was in fairly rough shape for a few weeks.  While repairing it, I printed RepRap parts to test the calibration.  I’m including the usable parts printed during that time and some more good spare parts I printed recently; this is the pile on the left in the bottom picture.  The full set of good parts from the top picture and the Wade’s Extruder are in separate bags.

I’m selling this set for the hopefully reasonable price of 5 BTC, shipped USPS Priority Mail to anywhere in the US.  At the exchange rate at this moment, that is roughly $72.50.  It could be $20 or $200 by tomorrow for all I know, but I’m willing to take the risk if you are.

Original post on my blog.

http://eclecti.cc/files/2011/07/prusa_mendel-700x466.jpg
http://eclecti.cc/files/2011/07/reprap_parts-700x466.jpg
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July 11, 2011, 04:04:48 AM
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A very interesting venture. I once had a Makerbot and i can safely say 3D printing is quite a fun experience. I wish the buyer the best.

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July 11, 2011, 06:43:59 AM
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Bump for Awesome stuff!!!

Now only if you can print me a 5850... Wink

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