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    Quote Originally Posted by Swifty2point0 View Post
    I think I've settled on the rubberiest shape, its just too good to pass up!

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    now for a stand....
    Do you have the file to 3d print the rubberset 400 brush. I have tried to make a file but it doesn't come out right...

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    Please, please, please, send me a copy of the 3D print file so I can make one for myself! Perfect project to try out!

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    All this 3D print stuff is WAY beyond my ability or understanding but, I bet the one who made the file might not want to share it being its so hard and time consuming to make/write. Might not be something he wants to share for free.
    But what do I know. I'm just a damn truckdriver.
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    I can attest to how long this stuff takes to design. And it is many days of trial and error.
    Also think that swifty May have moved on as his last post was over two years ago.

    Owning any kind of design or building equipment without knowing how to do the actual designs is false economy IMO.
    Itís the whole user vs fixer argument though so I shanít get into that old song.

    Reason I personally got into CNC machinery at all was to force me to learn how to take ideas from my head into fruition in a new way in our digital age. Canít do that without the ability to work with cad and code..

    There are dimensional drawings of the RS 400 brush on the net. Find one, and learn how to render from a drawing. Itís a fish you can catch yourself over and over...
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    Read the printer description. I think you'll understand

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    I hear this questions quite often. Contact the repair service. Or contact the store where you bought the printer for help. I also had the same questions with my printer. Only I was stupid and didn't contact the repair service. I wanted to sort out in it myself. In finally I broke it. And I was without a printer for three years. Only just four months ago I decided to buy a printer at . Therefore, contact the repair service. To avoid being left without a printer.

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    I see people still making comments about my OLD post so I thought I would set it straight, when i first made my post I had just gotten my printer but since then I have made several handles which I have posted pics of including a stubby 400 and regular 400 and a slim 400.. I made my own so thats why I didnt ask for anymore help. I made it....

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