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An Idea for a Front table for the Phlat Printer3

Discussion in 'Sketchup Gallery' started by rescue911, May 15, 2011.

  1. rescue911

    rescue911 Active Member

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    If built with MDF,screw the back plate to your Phlat Printer.Remove the pins from the front and the two sides will fold away.
    Hope someone actually builds it. Attached files Phlat Printer3 Front Table.skp (459.7 KB)Â
     
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    No comments on it.Must have done something wrong.
    You would not beleive how I got the idea to do that. :cry:
     
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    navionflyer New Member

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    Mark and Trish haven't built my PhlatPrinter III yet so I can't say . They probably won't until I order it though. ;)

    It looks pretty promising though. I was actually thinking about adapting it to the MK II.
     
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    Thanks for the post.Hope you get your Phlat Printer 3 soon.
     
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    kram242 Administrator Staff Member

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    Gary I think this could work, but for ours we want to leave the front open so that we can see it on the cam. Maybe someday I will cut some plexi and make your mount from that :good:
    Thank you for sharing
    Mark and Trish
     
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    I like the folding idea. Too bad the table part wasn't hinged as well so it could fold up or down.
     
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    Thanks everyone.
    I did not think about the top being hinged as well.
    I just thought useing the pins to hold the top on would stiffen the table so it would not move.
    Sure somebody can redesign it from the file and do a better job. :think:
     

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