After building a Flite Test foam plane, I want to create sailplane from a balsa kit. For this kit I need some weights and because I have many euro cents, I had the idea to create a parametric box, where I can set the coin diameter, the height of the chamber(s) for the stacked coins and the number of chambers.
I’m using the X-idler http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1919544 from Leo_N and want to upgrade the Anet A8 to a E3D bowden setup. I used this X carriage http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2166790 from HipoxiK, but had a few problems.
Just a Lens Cap for my H9 Ultra HD 4K Action Camera from https://goo.gl/8CFfUF
Because I don’t have the correct thread of the pushfit, I’ve created this adapter. It takes a PC4-M10 pushfit (like the one on the china E3D bowden version) and screwed on a M6 thread of the MK7 (MK8?) extruder.
With this customizable design, you are able to create bushings, that will be printed in an optimal way. You can set the inner and outer diameter, the length, the extrusion width, number of perimeters and number of teeth.