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    Thats a good suggestion Happy. Im liking the castle nut & cotter pin more as it seems like a better way to ensure the nut doesnt vibrate loose. I also like the second version better.

    Quote Originally Posted by Happy Hummer View Post
    Nicely executed. I do agree that the side loading could be an issue. A simple fix would be to use a nyloc nut or a castle nut with cotter pin. I like the second try a lot better.
    Last edited by Zerreitug; 08-14-2018 at 08:44 AM. Reason: added ending phrase
    HUMMER H3 Replacement Key Fob Shells
    https://www.shapeways.com/shops/baddog-engineering

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    Mr_Rich & DJinCO
    Thanks for your interest. I will be continuing to test my design and improve as necessary. Ill get back with you guys about production when I'm satisfied that the brackets are performing well.

    Also I assume your interest is in the mounting plates and not the whole assembly with the superstrut and paint job and all that. Thats why I posted my process in here, so others could do the same - if they liked the idea.
    But the mounting brackets are custom so that's what i assume you are interested in. If you guys are interested in the whole assembly, let me know because i don't mind putting together a kit for sale, but then ill really need to put mine through its paces so I don't sell something that wont perform. And shipping would be super pricey i'd imagine.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr_Rich View Post
    I think you've built up an interest in this design; including me.
    Quote Originally Posted by DJinCO View Post
    Very nice. I am interested in these. When will you start production?
    HUMMER H3 Replacement Key Fob Shells
    https://www.shapeways.com/shops/baddog-engineering

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    I think the mounting brackets are the important part of this design. It looks like they make a solid footprint for any kind of rack that someone would like to use. That's the part I could get interested in if it became available.

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    That is nice,what printer was used to print them?

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    The first iteration was printed with a hobby printer, but the second design was printed with an industrial 3D printer. You can definitely see the difference in the quality. The printer is a Markforged Mark Two
    https://markforged.com/mark-two/


    Quote Originally Posted by blazed16 View Post
    That is nice,what printer was used to print them?
    HUMMER H3 Replacement Key Fob Shells
    https://www.shapeways.com/shops/baddog-engineering


 

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