I decided to model up this drain bulkhead for my chameleon enclosure while waiting to build the Eclips3D. I actually bought one that looks just like this but it was too big, so i decided to use that one as a pattern and just make it smaller. This will be one of the first things to print after calibrating. As this is my first attempt at modeling a part to print I am not sure if the threads will actually print and work (looks like it will). Still learning Fusion360 and I think there is a parts clearance test or something like that, just haven't got that far yet.
Let me know what you think. Any tips or ideas greatly appreciated. Feel free to print one out and let me know if it works
Oops... I guess I can't upload the files, they are larger than 1mb. Any suggestions to share these?
Ok... So I just created an account on Thingiverse to upload and share. They said NOOB's have to wait 24 hours to publish a "Thing". Oh well, once it is up I will share. Until then, here is a screen shot
That is something that has always been an issue for me as well. so anyone that knows of a really easy way to reduce the image size!! I have outlook, so I normally just select all of the images in windows explorer right click and share and email, then and only then will it ask me if I want to reduce the file size, then it launches the email and I select all of the smaller pictures and save them, then just cancel the email....