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3d printing cube parts

cfopboy

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i was wondering, would it be possible to 3d print a gan xs core and put it in a gan x, since the gan xs core is completely plastic other than the springs.

also i just had an idea. what if you could 3d print your own gan x magnet capsules and stick your own magnets in there and use that?
 

Mischiiii

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I really doubt you will get the tolerances and surface quality needed at least if you don’t have a really professional printer that’s probably 5000-10000€. Maybe it’ll work but it won’t be good i think.

3D printing is still inferior to injection molded parts. It’s probably cheaper buying a new gan and modifying the magnets in the outer layers to get a stronger feel even if you already have a printer.
 
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i was wondering, would it be possible to 3d print a gan xs core and put it in a gan x, since the gan xs core is completely plastic other than the springs.
GAN的轴心是有专利保护的The core of Gan is protected by patent..................................

and,3d Printer accuracy always 没有那么高
 

Sion

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I could possibly model one, but you would be better off just getting a new core.
 
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