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Ian Armesy's 3D Printing Page

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This OSAT has been designed but not yet tested - use at own risk.
This OSAT has been modeled.
Hotend.JPG This page is part of a Principia course ENGR242: 3-D Printing Technology

Please leave comments using the discussion tab. The course runs in the Spring semester. It is not open edit.

User page stuff[edit]

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  • Ian Armesy
  • Biology major at Principia College.

The open source movement[edit]

  - I think the open source movement it a community-based movement that focuses on the sharing of information without 
    restricting that information with copyrights or pricess. 
  - I really like this movement because it is a way for someone who has a problem or has a great idea to share them with the 
    community in which someone will give possible solutions for the problem or have a problem solved by those designs. 
  - The jellybox printer itself is open source. All the designs of the printer parts are free and able to fabricate on your own.
  - Because I am planning on continuing to use my 3d printer in the future I am planning on being a part of the open source 
    community by putting any plans I have to those sources.
  • eventually galleries of your work from the class

Demo stuff[edit]

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Trail cam final.png
This Trail camera case has been designed for the Raspberry Pi zero camera. For this part to be operational: two 1/4 inch standard nut, 20mm diameter disk of acrylic or other clear material, a Hull penetrator, and ring seal is required.
Water Bottle Stripper
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Hidden outlet cover wall safe
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This is designed to imitate a standard outlet space holder for American standard 210-volt outlet. It will be necessary to cut a hole in an existing wall to the size of the container portion of this design. No other materials are required. standard commercial cost of this part is anywhere from $5-20. The cost to print this part is


jellybox print


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Reprap.png This user is a member with an interest and knowledge of 3-D printing.

Picture gallery[edit]

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