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Nev


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Hello! I recently got back into the 3d printing game and set about making myself some bits for the TTR. I'm pretty happy with how they've all turned out so I've made the 3d model files publicly available to download and print yourself if that's what you're into!

Raid specific screen mount for the AliExpress screen (link to screen is in the description): https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:6479864
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Raid & Open Enduro switch, voltmeter & USB box: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:6480200
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TTR spotlight covers for 3 inch spotlights (link to lights is in the description): https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:6479825

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TTR Swingarm plug for alloy swingarms: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:6479874
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Hope that helps someone. Bonus sexy TTR picture from this afternoon:
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-- Edited by Nev on Sunday 11th of February 2024 05:37:10 PM

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Awesome work James, I'll definitely be investing in a 3d printer in the future

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Brilliant Nev - very impressive!

I am keen to get into 3D printing but only if I can complete the 101 other projects awaiting my attention first wink



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Looks great! Really liking those spotlights too.

Next step: New Raid side panels biggrin



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Cheers Dan, Brian, Scott! The ability to turn an idea into a concept on a screen, into a pretty much finished and polished part in a matter of hours is an absolute game changer to modifying and building cars and motorbikes. There's absolutely no way just a few years ago that you'd be able to get such specific items made, or to the same quality and robustness as something you can spit out on a modern 3d printer.

I did a bit a few years ago on a much older printer, but the printers now are cheap and (almost) completely plug and play. Amazing how far things have come on in a few short years.

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