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What filament did you use for the prints.
do you have a drawing with dimensions for the laser cut pieces you made.
I use these a lot in my Air brushing, I have a metal plate behind my easel board, with the magnets I hold the drawing paper and stensils in place.
Nice design, but I do have one little minus for itHaving built a 3D printer using the 5mm threaded rod, I can assure you they are never straight and will lead to problems down the track, it would have been far better to have used lead rods, so much smother in the movement and so much quieter.
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