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May 10, 2014, 05:21:47 PM
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Hey all!

So, here's the story:

Basically, the prototype arrived, but the opening to the pendant was so warped that the plate didn't fit: I guess metal printing just isn't stable enough for something like this. I tried filing it down with a whetstone, but it didn't work. I neglected to update you because it slipped my mind, and eventually I just thought it was too late to bother. I should have said something, so you have my deepest apologies.

Now, regarding the future of the project: for the moment I've given up. I'd consider redesigning if there was a demand for it, but for the time being I don't have much motivation to continue. However, if I do decide to redesign, I'll use a more basic design that's more likely to work.

Thanks, and again sorry for not notifying you guys sooner,
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have you considered using a 3-d printer? ;-) *blessed like the design!!!

The prototypes were printed using a 3D Printer that prints metal at a company called Shapeways, which is the reason that the entrance to the pendant was warped.

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May 10, 2014, 07:20:29 PM
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Hey all!

So, here's the story:

Basically, the prototype arrived, but the opening to the pendant was so warped that the plate didn't fit: I guess metal printing just isn't stable enough for something like this. I tried filing it down with a whetstone, but it didn't work. I neglected to update you because it slipped my mind, and eventually I just thought it was too late to bother. I should have said something, so you have my deepest apologies.

Now, regarding the future of the project: for the moment I've given up. I'd consider redesigning if there was a demand for it, but for the time being I don't have much motivation to continue. However, if I do decide to redesign, I'll use a more basic design that's more likely to work.

Thanks, and again sorry for not notifying you guys sooner,
//Untitled

have you considered using a 3-d printer? ;-) *blessed like the design!!!

The prototypes were printed using a 3D Printer that prints metal at a company called Shapeways, which is the reason that the entrance to the pendant was warped.


you watch this yet? =)

====> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DconsfGsXyA

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May 10, 2014, 10:28:03 PM
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Hey all!

So, here's the story:

Basically, the prototype arrived, but the opening to the pendant was so warped that the plate didn't fit: I guess metal printing just isn't stable enough for something like this. I tried filing it down with a whetstone, but it didn't work. I neglected to update you because it slipped my mind, and eventually I just thought it was too late to bother. I should have said something, so you have my deepest apologies.

Now, regarding the future of the project: for the moment I've given up. I'd consider redesigning if there was a demand for it, but for the time being I don't have much motivation to continue. However, if I do decide to redesign, I'll use a more basic design that's more likely to work.

Thanks, and again sorry for not notifying you guys sooner,
//Untitled

have you considered using a 3-d printer? ;-) *blessed like the design!!!

The prototypes were printed using a 3D Printer that prints metal at a company called Shapeways, which is the reason that the entrance to the pendant was warped.


you watch this yet? =)

====> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DconsfGsXyA

Yes, but I don't see how that's relevant.

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June 03, 2014, 11:12:35 PM
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Hey all!

So, here's the story:

Basically, the prototype arrived, but the opening to the pendant was so warped that the plate didn't fit: I guess metal printing just isn't stable enough for something like this. I tried filing it down with a whetstone, but it didn't work. I neglected to update you because it slipped my mind, and eventually I just thought it was too late to bother. I should have said something, so you have my deepest apologies.

Now, regarding the future of the project: for the moment I've given up. I'd consider redesigning if there was a demand for it, but for the time being I don't have much motivation to continue. However, if I do decide to redesign, I'll use a more basic design that's more likely to work.

Thanks, and again sorry for not notifying you guys sooner,
//Untitled

have you considered using a 3-d printer? ;-) *blessed like the design!!!

The prototypes were printed using a 3D Printer that prints metal at a company called Shapeways, which is the reason that the entrance to the pendant was warped.


you watch this yet? =)

====> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DconsfGsXyA

Yes, but I don't see how that's relevant.


that camp may be the best peeps to source the ideal 3d printer materials to use?  Wink

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June 04, 2014, 12:09:37 AM
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Hey all!

So, here's the story:

Basically, the prototype arrived, but the opening to the pendant was so warped that the plate didn't fit: I guess metal printing just isn't stable enough for something like this. I tried filing it down with a whetstone, but it didn't work. I neglected to update you because it slipped my mind, and eventually I just thought it was too late to bother. I should have said something, so you have my deepest apologies.

Now, regarding the future of the project: for the moment I've given up. I'd consider redesigning if there was a demand for it, but for the time being I don't have much motivation to continue. However, if I do decide to redesign, I'll use a more basic design that's more likely to work.

Thanks, and again sorry for not notifying you guys sooner,
//Untitled

have you considered using a 3-d printer? ;-) *blessed like the design!!!

The prototypes were printed using a 3D Printer that prints metal at a company called Shapeways, which is the reason that the entrance to the pendant was warped.


you watch this yet? =)

====> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DconsfGsXyA

Yes, but I don't see how that's relevant.


that camp may be the best peeps to source the ideal 3d printer materials to use?  Wink

Nah, if/when I choose to continue I'll be metal printing at Shapeways. There aren't other places that really do Metal printing, so I'm not looking to change the plan.

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