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  1. cfp-radio

    cfp-radio New
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    Hi,

    I've just built my first 3D-printer. It's a K8200 kit.
    I'm going to use it for make small components to replace broken ones on old radio sets, like buttons, tubes bases, loudspeakers pieces ...
    I'm 57, I leave in France and i am crazy abour 20's radios !

    regards.

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    example of radio pieces : one lever is broken.
     
  2. Tweakie

    Tweakie OpenBuilds Team
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    Hi Pierre,

    Welcome to the forum.
    I look forward to hearing more on your progress with the printer and the radio parts that you make.

    Tweakie.
     
  3. cfp-radio

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    Hi,
    Here is my first old radio printing :
    [​IMG]
    this is a loud-speaker motor, from an old german receiver.
    The old mechanical part was maid in Zamac, and this alloy has desease : it falls in powder !
    So, I made one replic in PLA. It's strong enough and LS is working, now.
    You can read (in french, sorry) how I proceed here :
    http://www.cfp-radio.com/realisations/rea93/moteur-skagen.html
     
  4. Tweakie

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    Excellent work Pierre :thumbsup:

    Tweakie.
     
  5. cfp-radio

    cfp-radio New
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    Thanks Tweakie ;)
     

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