In this episode, we will be further exploring the idea of going from blueprint to completed object in this case 3D printed. To do this I borrowed some blueprints from That Lazy Machinist (see more here: www.thatlazymachinist.com/) and selected the V-Block (download complete set here: diy3dtech.com/thatlazymachinistblueprints to download them)
As I have been following Titan Gilroy at Titans of CNC Academy (see more here: academy.titansofcnc.com/) and it’s clear the next generation of manufacturing needs the next generation of machinists! Yet how do we get started, well I think 3D printing could be the key as the workflow is similar (i.e. Design-CAD-CAM-Product). So if you can master taking a blueprint and creating a 3D printed object, you are the majority of the way there!
Here we took the V-Block and printed in PETG (see more here: amzn.to/2VRKxo1) and it came out great! For the CAD component we used FUsion 360
You can also download the STL from Thingiverse here: www.thingiverse.com/thing:3398103
Major Favor: if you make one of these please post the Make and share it with the community 🙂 .
Also, please follow us on Thingiverse and give this a like if this came in handy and for more information on this project, please visit us at www.DIY3DTech.com as well as subscribe to our YouTube Channel at YouTube.DIY3DTech.com along with a visit to our drone site and YouTube channel at video-drone.DIY3DTech.com
Looking for a mixing printer, check out the GearBest GeeeTech A10M Mixing 3D printer here: diy3dtech.com/Geeetech_A10M_Mix-color_3D_Printer
Follow us on Instagram:
Subscribe to the DIY3DTech YouTube Channel:
Subscribe to the DIY3DTech OpenSCAD Channel:
If your looking for looking 3D Printer, Laser Cutter and CNC Swag (T-Shirts, Hats, Mugs, etc), please support the channel by visiting our online shop at: swag.DIY3DTech.com