Forums Tools and Other Hardware Free ULTRA TEC Parts

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    markaoros
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    Be fair and only get them if you need them.
    First person to say “dibs” gets them.
    You pay the shipping (USPS Priority Small Flat Rate Box).

    More stuff to come in various categories.
    Cleaning up the studio and want to help my USFG colleagues.

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    #7088

    markaoros
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    No longer available.

    #7089

    fireagate223
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    looking forward to more Ultra Tec any change there are dops and a spindel?

    #8372

    gemmakermz
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    i have made a replacement three part pan for my ultra tec. no more pulling down of rubber pan and the extreme mess. i have made a 3D printed pan that is easy to remove and uses two rings one full for regular cutting and one for 90 degree use.
    gemmakermz@cs.com. see second posting below for rest of pictures

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    gemmakermz
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    more pictures.

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    #8383

    gemmakermz
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    one more picture. i now make the new pan.

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    markaoros
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    Very cool. Well done!!!

    #8401

    samfacet
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    That is a nice job!

    #8459

    jmee
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    Why make two separate rings on the splash bowl? Why not just a small piece to cover the slot for the girdle? It can be a simple piece that hangs over the edge like on a Facette, or since you’re designing it from the ground up it could slide into or around a notch you design on the edges girdle slot.

    I’m wary of 3D printing splash bowls. 3D printed parts can leak if exposed to standing water, like if the drain clogs. Ruining a motor or motor controller isn’t worth the risk unless there’s no other option. If you make one for someone else, who’s responsible if it leaks? I would suggest sealing the bowl with a sealant to be safe.

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