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    Grandmaster 1911ly's Avatar

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    3d printed 10-22

    I have finally gotten around to 3d printing a 10-22 receiver. Something I have wanted to do for a long long time.









    I put 30 rounds threw it and there is no signs of wear. It shot perfectly. I did not have anyone to video the test fire. I will take one soon and post it.

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    Plinker

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    Very cool. Out of simple curiosity how long did it take and what kind of printer?

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    Plinker

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    that is super cool

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    Sharpshooter 55fairlane's Avatar

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    Way kewl , my brother!

    How did you get your 3d model to print? Did you work up a drawing in autocad (or similar) and tool path it.....or so ethi g you grabbed off the net?

    Now that your getting the hang of this 3d print thing, you need a 5 axis powdered metal SLA

    Does tour printer print using investment casting wax?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SEMI-AK View Post
    Very cool. Out of simple curiosity how long did it take and what kind of printer?
    The printer is a homebrew. But close in design to a Makerfarm Pegasus. It was printed at .2 layer height 75% infill with 50% support. I have a 3d printing thread in the break room. If you are in to printing check it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 55fairlane View Post
    Way kewl , my brother!

    How did you get your 3d model to print? Did you work up a drawing in autocad (or similar) and tool path it.....or so ethi g you grabbed off the net?

    Now that your getting the hang of this 3d print thing, you need a 5 axis powdered metal SLA

    Does tour printer print using investment casting wax?
    Thanks! It is a STL file that has been floating round the net for quite a while. It is easy to fine.

    I used Simplify3d to slice it.

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    Really cool project....thanks for sharing
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    Plinker

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    Very nice. Now a receiver in any color you want.

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    Diamond Collision Inc. Avon. AllenM's Avatar

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    That's pretty cool
    07 FFL / SOT 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by AllenM View Post
    That's pretty cool
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