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Re: Cute waste of time but cute

In a message dated 2/12/2016 9:30:35 P.M. Central Standard Time, CDV700CLUB@yahoogroups.com writes: Cute kitty! I've had fun with a Solder : Time II watch. I
    injuneer314159
    12:06 PM
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    Two used Vic 6a HV/Cal pots sent

    USPS 9505 5110 9838 6044 Sacramento 95838, 3878 95, small box Fort Wayne 46835, 3884 03, medium box because it has a meter in it. Both due Tuesday.
    David Nix
    8:26 AM
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    Re: does anyone here have a 3D printer?

    http://www.expediters.com/index.jsp?path=product&part=284588&ds=dept&process=search&qdx=0&ID=%2CClamps For some reason I can't find them on EE's site except
    David Nix
    8:22 AM
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    Re: does anyone here have a 3D printer?

    Also note that an original tube socket will be vastly superior in mechanical strength. 3D printed ABS has approximately 1/4 the mechanical strength of the same
    Tom King
    8:10 AM
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    Re: does anyone here have a 3D printer?

    Jim Cross has the sockets for sale at his Vacuumtubes Inc. site:
    Clare Owens
    7:54 AM
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    Re: does anyone here have a 3D printer?

    The original socket 78-s3s is bakelite. The epoxy putty used to glue it in has the same feel. I used to keep a can of WD-40 to spray spark plug wires and the
    David Nix
    6:50 AM
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    Re: does anyone here have a 3D printer?

    What material is the original tube socket made of? I just haunt the group as don't yet have a CDV700 to check. I would guess it's something like Bakelite,
    Ray Ferriss
    6:31 AM
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    Re: does anyone here have a 3D printer?

    If this design program doesn't meet your needs. Send me a drawing or sketch of your socket and I will create an STL file for it. I work with 3D CAD
    m1i8k3e6
    5:57 AM
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    Re: does anyone here have a 3D printer?

    I used to help sell software for 3d laser scanners. It all can get expensive real quick. One entry level one that used to create a lot of buzz was by
    C. R.
    8:33 PM
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    Re: does anyone here have a 3D printer?

    I suspect that starting with a piece of brass pipe would probably work better than plastic, as far as energy compensation goes. At least, I believe that the
    M. K.
    8:30 PM
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    Re: does anyone here have a 3D printer?

    You can see and obtain the parametric tube socket SCAD file here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:43267/#files If you need help with SCAD, let me know. I am
    Tom King
    7:46 PM
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    Re: does anyone here have a 3D printer?

    Hi David & Ryan, Thingiverse has a parametric tube socket design program where you enter the parameters, number of holes, diameter, etc, for the socket and it
    Tom King
    7:38 PM
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    Re: does anyone here have a 3D printer?

    You can get lead sheet for roofing uses for cheap. If you made an ABS probe you could incorporate that as a beta shield. I made an array of SBM-20 tubes in a
    David Nix
    7:37 PM
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    Re: Cute waste of time but cute

    Cute kitty! I've had fun with a Solder : Time II watch. I made it and gave it to my girlfriend for Christmas a few years back. I hacked it with code I wrote to
    Ryan Pierce
    7:30 PM
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    Re: does anyone here have a 3D printer?

    Yes. I'm a member of a maker space and a fab lab, each with multiple 3D printers. If I had an STL file, I could easily print stuff. Tube socket? I don't see
    Ryan Pierce
    7:06 PM
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