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3D printing Enterprise parts
« on: 2013.May.03. 13:35:56 »
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Just found a friend with a 3D printer, going to see how much joystick tops are to print! :lol:
It is very interesting question!
The joy cap at very wrong place at the original box, this is the first missing item at many machines :-(
And lot of EP128 users want a green cap instead the gray :-)

If possible joystick arms also will be good! It is broken on many machines :-(

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Re: 3D printing Enterprise parts
« Reply #1 on: 2013.May.03. 17:10:56 »
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Just found a friend with a 3D printer, going to see how much joystick tops are to print! 
Holly sht!

Is this real ?! Now ? Is it an option, just now ?!

Please, describe your experiments when they done !
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Re: 3D printing Enterprise parts
« Reply #2 on: 2013.May.03. 17:13:02 »
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Holly sht!

Is this real ?! Now ? Is it an option, just now ?!

Please, describe your experiments when they done !

Well, a real 3D printer can even print a whole working EP :)

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Re: 3D printing Enterprise parts
« Reply #3 on: 2013.May.03. 17:28:25 »
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Well, a real 3D printer can even print a whole working EP 
Please, LGB!

I WANT a green joy cap ! I WILL be happy with a green joy cap. And, I will NOT "kill" somebody for a green joy cap. 3D printing is a real redemption. It is a serious topic!

LET THERE BE 3D PRINTING.

Not for people.

Not for guns.

It is for the GREEN JOY CAP! :)

Halleluja.
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Re: 3D printing Enterprise parts
« Reply #4 on: 2013.May.03. 20:44:08 »
It's just a little bit contradictory to write "holy sh*t" the first time and "hallelujah" later. As if words didn't have any meaning at all.
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Re: 3D printing Enterprise parts
« Reply #5 on: 2013.May.03. 20:57:07 »
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It's just a little bit contradictory to write "holy sh*t" the first time and "hallelujah" later. As if words didn't have any meaning at all.
OR it's just funny, OR it's just comic. OR it's what you say. The point is the point. (I am not sure, it is a good translation, I'm not Shakespeare, you will see it. )

But something what we call something like "GOD" is contradictory, too. How I see. But it is FAR from the original point of my stupidity.
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Re: 3D printing Enterprise parts
« Reply #6 on: 2013.May.03. 21:04:44 »
I have had a look at some of his 3D prints!

ABS plastic and very detailed.  They do take a few hours to print but they are very good.

I will see what he can do and  at what price. 

I will try and get some photo's of his work.

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Re: 3D printing Enterprise parts
« Reply #7 on: 2013.May.04. 10:43:38 »
When the golden age will be here again with the 3D printing of the joy caps, I think I will try different colors, too. :)

The favorite one will be the green probably, but that will be cool, as well, when there will be EPs on the table with joy caps of different colors. Red (like stop key), blue (like function keys) or further, what you can imagine, like yelow, and such. I could distinguish my EPs with a quick look ... green joy cap is the EP what with I use often, red joy cap is an extended or overclocked one, blue joy cap is an EP with a perfect nick, et cetera.

They will have characteristics from the joy cap color. Exciting times come. :)
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Re: 3D printing Enterprise parts
« Reply #8 on: 2013.May.04. 10:55:21 »
I have a red one! :ds_icon_cheesygrin:
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Re: 3D printing Enterprise parts
« Reply #9 on: 2013.May.04. 11:02:14 »
Tooo good !

But it's a bit rounded, isn't it ?
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Re: 3D printing Enterprise parts
« Reply #10 on: 2013.May.04. 11:11:05 »
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But it's a bit rounded, isn't it ?
About 25 years ago you could buy spare joy caps in the "Centrum áruház", black, green and red in one pack.
But it is a "socialist quality", sharp and burred. Apuci rounded it to make it comfortable.
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Re: 3D printing Enterprise parts
« Reply #11 on: 2013.May.27. 22:07:51 »

OK the first two joystick toppers off the 3d Printer!

I am picking them up tomorrow to have a look, they were printed at different resolutions,
so I will see what the quality is like...

I think the RED one is the higher as the top has the non slip surface visable...

Will let you know more tomorrow.

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Re: 3D printing Enterprise parts
« Reply #12 on: 2013.May.27. 22:14:33 »
Wow!

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Re: 3D printing Enterprise parts
« Reply #13 on: 2013.May.27. 22:16:16 »
I gave him my grey topper from my 128 so that he could model it and this is what he came up with..

They do look good, will know more tomorrow...

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Re: 3D printing Enterprise parts
« Reply #14 on: 2013.May.27. 23:00:36 »
what is the printing cost of a piece of this?
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