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[Reseller] 3D printed headphone stands

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Seeing that they're so popular I reckon they deserve their own thread.

Item: 3D printed headphone stands
Age: New, I print them as ordered
Warranty: N/A
Packaging: Yes bubble wrap
Condition: New
Location: Benoni
Reason: Reseller
Shipping: Sure, I'll quote you on shipping via The Courier Guy
Collection: Sure
Price: R160 excl shipping
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Also want :) PM sent
 

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Headphone stand arrived today, exactly as shown in pic, works perfectly! Thanks Toi. :loyal:
 

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should look at possibly getting rid of the 3d Printing marks on the piece. Would look killer then
 

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I actually like the marks. The buyer can easily sand it off with a fine sandpaper if he so wishes, but I like the marks. Looks cool.
 

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should look at possibly getting rid of the 3d Printing marks on the piece. Would look killer then
Yeah sadly print lines....those are the nature of the beast, there is no way around them.

Yeah sure I can use filler and sand them etc but it would not be viable to sit and do prep work for 3 hours over and above the 5 hours it takes to print one.
 

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I also like the print marks, gives it some texture :)
 

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Yeah sadly print lines....those are the nature of the beast, there is no way around them.

Yeah sure I can use filler and sand them etc but it would not be viable to sit and do prep work for 3 hours over and above the 5 hours it takes to print one.
there are ways that you can remove the lines without having to sand them etc, but like i said before each to their own.
I personally prefer it without the marks
 

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should look at possibly getting rid of the 3d Printing marks on the piece. Would look killer then
View attachment 78152
Far from perfect (I got lazy and the detail makes it very difficult), but sanding it down with a rough and then fine grain sandpaper gets it pretty smooth. Then sprayed with a surface primer (I use Tamiya Fine). If you aren't using a camera and flash the lines rare non existent.
 

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there are ways that you can remove the lines without having to sand them etc, but like i said before each to their own.
I personally prefer it without the marks
You mean acetone bath?

Yeah that works wonders in removing almost all the line in ABS but sadly I only print PLA.
 

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Any option for one to be under the desk?


something like this but as long as i can either screw it in or use 3M adhesive
 

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Any option for one to be under the desk?


something like this but as long as i can either screw it in or use 3M adhesive
[MENTION=40328]Shampoo1014[/MENTION] made me one just like that. There was a thread about it too
 

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Any option for one to be under the desk?


something like this but as long as i can either screw it in or use 3M adhesive
Ah yeah easy peasy.

Sure I'll work out a price real quick.
 

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Autodesk's Fusion360, if I'm not mistaken.
 
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