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3D Printing General Discussion

Discussion in '3D Printing' started by AKNick, Mar 2, 2018.

   
  1. AKNick

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    Why the aluminum plate? It wouldn’t fuse to it if that’s what you are asking. But could integrate a recess for the plate


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  2. Snoopy1

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    The aluminum plate is the plate with the holes to bolt down the propeller. I just thought that it would be nice to glue the cone to it or print it right to the plate. Just thought it would look cool. Instead of a spinner. But you are correct if you made a recess in the bottom of the plastic cone that would even look better and also have a better gluing surface top and sides.
     
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