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Bpt70gt Brian T
Westmoreland, NH, USA   USA
I've been playing with 3D printing various parts, this is an emblem that could be glued to a center cap on the Panasport type wheels. There are plenty of items to experiment on or to re-create for these cars.

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FredDread Richard Krivonozka
New City, NY, USA   USA
That's brilliant, how are you creating the stl file?

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Bpt70gt Brian T
Westmoreland, NH, USA   USA
Richard, I use Autodesk Inventor and it converts the ipt. file to stl. with a click of the mouse.

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jerburke Jeremy Burke
La Habra, CA, USA   USA
That's awesome!!

Which 3D printer are you using?

-Jeremy



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Bpt70gt Brian T
Westmoreland, NH, USA   USA
Using my son's Creality CR-10 for my car projects.

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