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Old 01-01-2019, 10:20 AM
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Iím sill making and selling a few of those emblems for the 82 series on eBay. Your picture looks like youíre dialed in pretty well.
I like the idea for the fan, but wouldnít be too confident in it staying together at the speed those things rotate at. Iíd be afraid especially of layer separation in the fan blades.
Have also used an elastomeric type material to print off the rubber cover for hydraulic lift handle when I added dual valve to my 782. Didnít come out as clean as I would have liked on outside, but itís functional. Used same stuff then to make some dust caps for the front outlets that I put on.
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Old 01-01-2019, 10:44 AM
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Can anyone make the 82 series hood ornament?
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Old 01-01-2019, 11:31 AM
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Iím sill making and selling a few of those emblems for the 82 series on eBay. Your picture looks like youíre dialed in pretty well.
I like the idea for the fan, but wouldnít be too confident in it staying together at the speed those things rotate at. Iíd be afraid especially of layer separation in the fan blades.
Have also used an elastomeric type material to print off the rubber cover for hydraulic lift handle when I added dual valve to my 782. Didnít come out as clean as I would have liked on outside, but itís functional. Used same stuff then to make some dust caps for the front outlets that I put on.
Saw on FB where someone was printing the rubber mounting gaskets to go under marker lights on old vehicles. I didn't realize they had that type of material available.
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I made a bunch of these few years back. It takes 13 steps to machine them.
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Can anyone make the 82 series hood ornament?
I think XMW offers them, or at least did at one time.
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Old 01-01-2019, 08:46 PM
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I made a bunch of these few years back. It takes 13 steps to machine them.
Alum or stainless? Either way some polishing was involved!
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Here's another, smaller version of the IH emblem...just need the paint...
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Anybody doing any 3D printing? I got an inexpensive printer for Christmas, and have been playing with it. Mostly making nosecones for model rockets (scale models of Mercury, Gemini and Apollo capsules).

Found this IH logo on line, printed one this morning. Any other CC stuff that might be worth printing? Steering column bushing, throttle, lift and hydro handles, Gear shift knob (which is now unavailable I think). The plastic can be most any color, I got black and white to start.

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What is this 3D printer you have? I may need one for pinball parts. Scan?
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Dat rit dare, sho is purdy!
I'm betting it makes 10 more horse power at the front wheeeels
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