3D Printing Our First Car Parts! 

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In today's episode we are 3d printing a custom designed vent for the wide body Huracan.
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John 22 hours ago
Limit switches tend to break a lot in shipping. I had to replace the switch and the entire bracket holding it on the Y axis. Now I have a poker chip bracket holding my fixed limit switch...
Metal Detecting Perth WA
What was the filament called you used please
ke Frank
ke Frank 11 days ago
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UnboundGodz 11 days ago
Love the project, a thought. Couldnt you like bondo the part to fill the gaps, sand it down, prime it, and then wrap it?
Armael Oudang
Armael Oudang 11 days ago
How do you print a front bumper? That’s my question lol
webslingercj 15 days ago
Nice job B for Build Check out this Whole car.... 💪😆🤘 Dad n son printed lambo us-first.info
heng taing
heng taing 15 days ago
What kind of filament did you guys use?
Phillip Bekkevold
Phillip Bekkevold 20 days ago
Just print the spoon upside down without support
Nathan Pew
Nathan Pew 28 days ago
A year late, but octoprint can help prevent that massive failure. There is AI that can identify bird nesting, and notify you so you can stop the print from home.
TorZ ZUPAC 28 days ago
i want your laptop 😇
Nuh Ali
Nuh Ali Month ago
Just a thought but I think coating them in Bondi would make them alot stronger and more rigid and usable altogether
iCafe Sweden
iCafe Sweden Month ago
Can you recommend any 3d softwer an slicer to use for such project, please?
Prestige World-wide
This was hard to watch. Lol
crosson347 Month ago
Beautiful video.
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ben escarlan
ben escarlan Month ago
tom segura
Falling Vibes
Falling Vibes Month ago
*C Is For Carbon*
ObsessionPC 2 months ago
This is a little late, but you certainly would have had a huge advantage with a chamber around the printer, to protect the print from drafts, as well as adding another stiffening frame for the printer itself. As for you sanding plastic without a mask...good luck with your health in the near future!
Wildman georges rc Channel
would it have been better to glue those two together?
tman46544 2 months ago
OK, where are finding a roll of PLA for $13?
J J 2 months ago
Hi 3D printing fans. Do you have little experience or time for 3D modeling? Send me a sketch and I'll draw it for you for free. E-mail: 3d-printing@centrum.cz
Alexander Lee
Alexander Lee 2 months ago
Supports infill set too high, 5% will be enough
How not to fall
How not to fall 2 months ago
I know this was a year ago but I had the same thing happen repeatedly and making sure the temp in the room is warm and you have a clean print surface is important but MOST OF ALL, raise your print bed temp AND filament, the filament quality is SOOO important I settlers on poly maker, it goes down so smooth and nicely. It needs to be warm enough to keep the first layer sticky. The z axis will autocorrect itself but as it calibrates it will slowly get farther away from where it should (I don’t know why, it has to be an auto calibration system) I know this was a long time ago just couldn’t resist
Initial _D
Initial _D 2 months ago
Can it print a car dashboard size
Rithvik Vohra
Rithvik Vohra 2 months ago
10:25 could pass that off to the Chernobyl souvenirs department
Cory Jeffreys
Cory Jeffreys 2 months ago
Wow, I can’t believe you did not show the completed part wrapped in carbon fiber bum rip
Jan Petersen
Jan Petersen 2 months ago
Im gonna cry right here, please clean your fucking print bed 😭
Boards Topia
Boards Topia 3 months ago
How did you make the curves perfect in CAD? With a scanner or something or just a template
Dennis Moore
Dennis Moore 3 months ago
How do you like the cr-10 max I'm interested in buying one I bought the Ender 3 V2 but was told the wrong information so now that's just a stand until they can figure out their software so I am looking at purchasing one of these and would like an out ciders point of view that has already used this machine so I'd like to know it's you think about the printer before I purchased on another one from them which I would hate to do but it seems like they're the only ones that have a printer with a big platform like that thank you and I appreciate it
PandaTerminator 3 months ago
I have a lot of problems with cura slicer at about 50% of printing...
raphrose raph
raphrose raph 3 months ago
Car part in PLA ? Its gonna melt in spring XD
jarke eefsting
jarke eefsting 3 months ago
SiliquaeSid 3 months ago
"Someday, all cars, will be made this way" - 1980's Audi advert.
Dima Glazkov
Dima Glazkov 3 months ago
Hans-Jørgen Pedersen
next time you are using petg/asa/abs or literally ANY printer filament that you need to remove supports i suggest you spend the time to use the slicer. I for one use a free one called Cura. In cura there are settings to change for the support material. I suggest using as little support density as possible and use a larger spacing between support and model. Also consider splitting the parts into two by just lowering the part until its below the printsurface and take note of the -z value. Save the gcode file. Then flip the model 180 in z axis to turn it upsidedown. continue to lower the z axis until you hit the same value as on the previous part. This makes your part into 2 models with a 100% straigt and smooth surface to glue together. There are many different types of glue suitable for each type of filament. Good luck and do not hesitate to contact me if you need any help with printers :) Best wishes from a norwegian filamentfanboy
tom hastler
tom hastler 4 months ago
How come 🇨🇳 has so many population and nobody come out with something that last over a week 🤔
UYC 4 months ago
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Jie Gong 4 months ago
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S 4
S 4 4 months ago
Yep im just gonna stick to buying finished products from manufacturers. But your having fun so thats all that matters.
Jessica Ryan
Jessica Ryan 4 months ago
If you print any more that I would recommend you try to print them vertically as it would save on filament and would not need to know support and is far stronger print overall.
Jayden Wayne Smith
Jayden Wayne Smith 4 months ago
Ons sini is skeef
Ferli 5 months ago
can you make a cross motor body with that printer?
JSpencer89 5 months ago
Glass bed will save you alot of these problems
Zac HK
Zac HK 5 months ago
laptop acer predator helio 300? just looks like it because i have the white version XD
Peter Anttu
Peter Anttu 6 months ago
Have you done any more 3D printing after this?
Jamie Moorcroft
Jamie Moorcroft 6 months ago
nice to see someone else getting into the hobby but i think you need to have a look at your slicing setting a little haha anyway liked the video and reminds me when i first started with printers
BJames3351 6 months ago
Kansas Country
Kansas Country 6 months ago
Very cool! I just ordered my first printer last week, a Creality Ender 3 Pro. Where are you buying PLA for 14 bucks?! Lowest I’ve seen is about $23. I’m thinking about buying Hatchbox for $28, seems like it comes well reviewed
Boanerges57 6 months ago
I think you mean "generic caricature mouse" ears... CYA
Regular Guy Mountain Biking
Any chance I can get a link to the filament you used please?
Keanu Ken
Keanu Ken 6 months ago
Not to be a nag, but you gotta wear a mask while sanding this stuff. You do you- just words from a concerned fan
RamjetX 6 months ago
Hang on a sec... if you hit HT PE material for 2 mins at 500C... how on earth did you print it at
Gargon the Imperator
Should have printed in Carbon Fiber Nylon
Sir Retsnom
Sir Retsnom 7 months ago
Sadly, in this case, that part could have been made so much faster by bending aluminum or even ABS plastic sheets but I applaud the attempt.
Joshua Mitchell
Joshua Mitchell 7 months ago
super glue works better to join parts
My Tester
My Tester 7 months ago
hey @b is for build: check this one? watch?v=VzjJFon4c8E you can actually print the entire piece at one go, and maybe even better and stronger!
Kevin Murphy
Kevin Murphy 7 months ago
Building a 3d printer with my friend this summer
preston griffin
preston griffin 7 months ago
great video need to slow down talking hard time following you and what you were saying not putting you down just was very interested in your video I make aluminium mining peices
Max Dlug
Max Dlug 7 months ago
glue stick is life
Tim Dodge
Tim Dodge 7 months ago
When you split a model add registration tabs and indents to lock it together when you reassemble the pieces. Especially for longer flat surfaces. Printing the screw holes in your parts would be another great time saver. Then print a thin template to tape on the car for drilling your screw holes for perfect alignment. Best of luck.
Bennie Kahler-Venter
You should look at the idustrial 3d printers - they now do carbon fibre printing... us-first.info/player/video/bpePjY17nGxkrXU.html
rev headz
rev headz 7 months ago
if you print it thinner and carbon skin it, you'll get a much lighter part with the same structural rigidity
direwolf1972 7 months ago
Oh hell, here we go. This brings back the old anti-mp3 campaign "you wouldn't download a car would you?" My answer is same now as it was then. Yep I sure would.
DreadfulParadox 7 months ago
I don't currently own a 3D printer but I would find it very dumb to leave a 3D printer unattended. After all you are dealing with plastic also a device that get's hot so why take the risk by leaving it unattended for hours. Least have someone in the same building so they can check on it now and then to make sure everything is fine. If that is not possible I would least find out if you could use a Raspberry Pi4 with Octoprint on the 3D printer with a camera. Then use the Octoprint plugin called "Octoprint Anywhere" so you could remote access the 3D printer any where no matter where you are. Least that way you could check to see what is happening once in a while. If something starts to go wrong with the print you could remote stop the print.
Robin Yilmaz
Robin Yilmaz 7 months ago
tip: when printing a part with support (like that vent you made), try to get the support material to touch the part you aren't going to see. In this case the inside of the vent, rather than the outside.
Austin Darga
Austin Darga 7 months ago
By the way, it's a nozzle,!
Edgar Cardoso
Edgar Cardoso 7 months ago
good job and welcome to 3d printing world, but i know the lungs are yours but use a mask when sanding... have fun
Kevin Ryan
Kevin Ryan 7 months ago
Get a glass bed and you'll be much happier.
LOUD N PROUD 7 months ago
.4mm nozzle is standard, i have 7 years into 3d printing
It's fun.
merim123 7 months ago
which 3d pen are you using?
ascool7 7 months ago
Hello can you customise body kit ??
jameson63926 7 months ago
So its a whole video on bad assembly practices. YAY!
coldion1 7 months ago
An oscillating tool might work well for trimming off the support structure.
Aztek 7 months ago
you should print directly on the bed to get the bottom surface smooth instead of using supports or a raft - I have a 3d Printing channel with tips on 3d printing!
Phil Osmond
Phil Osmond 7 months ago
Here is my new 3D printer from China- broken out the box. 😂
Mr.DerpyCow 7 months ago
printing these vertically would have saved so much time
Chris Rowe
Chris Rowe 7 months ago
Just popped in to say its cool seeing you work with Matthew of Design Prototype Test. His channel is awesome.
Mick ob
Mick ob 7 months ago
Pla is biodegradable. Plastics in cars are abs so why not print in abs. Plus you can glue or weld abs together with acetone
Brett Bernier
Brett Bernier 7 months ago
calib hoffman
calib hoffman 8 months ago
Hey if you don’t mind spending some time on your prints increase you shell/wall/top layers thicker it will keep you from accidentally sanding through your part into your infill
BEAT THE GAME 8 months ago
that is the peoblem with 3d printers you pay too much to buy it and always you have setting all the time you change print .
Maynor Lopez
Maynor Lopez 8 months ago
if you do separate pieces add dowels/pegs so they slide into each other
Darkg100 8 months ago
You should use a mask when you are sanding plastic ...
Michael Barr
Michael Barr 8 months ago
How long is the actual printing time?
Lyfing Chan
Lyfing Chan 8 months ago
made in China?
Tovia Ogun
Tovia Ogun 8 months ago
Need help please, what 3d printer will you recommend for printing a cleaning machine? thanks
Daniel O.
Daniel O. 8 months ago
Do you take commissions?
LostMyFinger 8 months ago
Dude Defect
Dude Defect 9 months ago
3D print roket
Corvus Corax
Corvus Corax 9 months ago
Valhalla Viking Society
Which filament is best for car parts... because some of us might be from LA or Las Vegas or areas where the sun gets really hot! I'm new to 3d printing.
Clayton Smith
Clayton Smith 9 months ago
Mathew is a bit of a knob, to be honest
张米米 9 months ago
张米米 9 months ago
md in china 不错 小伙子 会省钱
Cesotoseot 9 months ago
As someone who has been 3D printing for 4 or 5 years, this was a roller coaster ride.
Chip van meter
Chip van meter 9 months ago
hilarious watching this.
Skipp3rBuds 9 months ago
I have the same printer! Looks like you got the basics down. If you continue to do big prints I would recommend getting better parts and hot end cooling fans. In addition, there is new firmware that is out from Marlin(what cr10 uses) that is a lot slicker and has some very nice additions. :)
tHaH4x0r 10 months ago
Not sure if you know about it already, but you can solvent weld PETG just like ABS with MEK (Methyl ethyl ketone). The solvent disolves the plastic, making the molecules free to move and mix with the other side, creating a bond stronger than any glue (just as strong as the original material). This process is a lot quicker and cleaner than using a 3D printer pen, so it might be something worth looking into for you. Mind you, that if you want to solvent weld different plastics you need different solvents, from memory I think you can solvent weld PLA with acetone. Also, you can readily dissolve some PETG scraps into MEK to create a thick goopy paste, which you can use to 'weld' pieces together too. I regularly use this technique with ABS to repair body work on motorcycles.