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    3D Printed Dremel Accessories (4K)

    If you are tired of paying high dollar for accessories, then consider these 3D printed attachments that cost pennies to make. If you don't have a 3D printer, find someone that has one and make friends-it's worth it!





    There are lots of Dremel and other tool accessories on Thingiverse.com. Here are the 3 from the video

    Small Adjustable Router:
    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1222591

    Big Router:
    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:435732

    Chop Saw:
    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4950836

    NOTE: As always, wear proper personal protection and use best safety practices when using any tool.

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    Another good candidate for a useful printable accessory...

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    I like that, will have to look it up. Thanks.

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    Also a centrifuge

    I've printed the Dremel centrifuge: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1483

    I used it to fraction blood and concentrate the floaties in pool water for microscopic examination. (For curiosity, not real science.)

    Honestly having it spinning at ludicrous speeds with no safety guards except a smile is a little terrifying. If I was going to do that sort of thing with any regularity I'd print an enclosed unit instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elizabeth Greene View Post
    I've printed the Dremel centrifuge: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1483

    I used it to fraction blood and concentrate the floaties in pool water for microscopic examination. (For curiosity, not real science.)

    Honestly having it spinning at ludicrous speeds with no safety guards except a smile is a little terrifying. If I was going to do that sort of thing with any regularity I'd print an enclosed unit instead.
    That is interesting. I think I'd find a big can or such to contain it. I respect your curiosity: I just made a seismograph for fun.

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    I run a small nonprofit workshop and we are having a fantastic 3D printer that prints in carbon fiber donated to us. If you all need stuff, I might be able to help you get things made up for a fair fee, which will support the program and help us see more disabled vets.

    (We teach knifemaking to disabled vets as a kind of martial art therapy.)

    I should have the printer soon, and when I do, I'll post something and let everyone know that we have this resource.

    G.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheElderBrother View Post
    I run a small nonprofit workshop and we are having a fantastic 3D printer that prints in carbon fiber donated to us. If you all need stuff, I might be able to help you get things made up for a fair fee, which will support the program and help us see more disabled vets.
    That's awesome. 3D printing has a bit of a learning curve, more so for "exotic" filaments like the ones that have carbon fiber in them or inexpensive kit printers that require tweaking. This is an area where I'm competent. I'd like to volunteer to assist if I can. Please feel free to PM me if I can help.

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    I like those little routers. I have to think that some of these ideas are plants from Dremel, to sell even more Dremels. Well maybe not but here sure are a lot of neat approaches to outfitting a Dremel workshop.

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    what kind of printer was used?

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    Quote Originally Posted by andyorr View Post
    what kind of printer was used?
    We have an Ender 3 Pro. I think most of the filament printers could make this, as long as the print area is around 220mmx220mmx250mm.



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