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    Quote Originally Posted by johnrando View Post
    Awesome!!!! Wish I had a need.

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    RUS_ZHP,

    Hit me up via PM to see how we can get this approved for and via the site. Great looking stuff. Hope we can make it work.

    For others wishing to sell wares on ZHPMafia.com, please hit me up via PM, so we can work out the details and fully vett the plan prior to posting.

    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by danewilson77 View Post
    RUS_ZHP,

    Hit me up via PM to see how we can get this approved for and via the site. Great looking stuff. Hope we can make it work.

    For others wishing to sell wares on ZHPMafia.com, please hit me up via PM, so we can work out the details and fully vett the plan prior to posting.

    Thank you

    DW

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    Hi Dane,
    My apologies for not checking with you and asking for approval. PM sent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RUS_ZHP View Post
    Hi Dane,
    My apologies for not checking with you and asking for approval. PM sent.
    No problem Sir.

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    This is awesome!
    I'd like a jack pad, and a license plate frame. I will wait until the frame design is ready.
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    Great! Definitely put me down for the M3 mirror base plates and the jack pad. Will probably get the license plate frame later as well.

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    Thank you all for the interest. I need to address few things, so I can be compliant with site rules and expectations, before money can be recieved and parts can be shipped. I will also update the original post with more details.


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    Pretty nice stuff, man. What printer do you have and what design software do you use? I have an inexpensive Creality Ender3 that I have been learning the basics of printing with. I haven't found it in my budget or designing need to shell out the money for some of the high dollar 3D modeling software yet, but I am curious as to what you are using.

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    Quote Originally Posted by static667 View Post
    Pretty nice stuff, man. What printer do you have and what design software do you use? I have an inexpensive Creality Ender3 that I have been learning the basics of printing with. I haven't found it in my budget or designing need to shell out the money for some of the high dollar 3D modeling software yet, but I am curious as to what you are using.

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    That's what I have too. Honestly it works perfectly fine. I did upgrade it with ezabl. best mod ever, totally worth it lol

    But you don't need any crazy expensive CAD. I think most people learn with TinkerCAD which is free. I went with Fusion 360, it was free for students. Now I think you get a year. But it's enough for you to just do stuff and figure out how to design shit. Mostly mechanical parts though. It has trouble for curvy stuff, you can do it, but it's just harder. I have experience with Solidworks from like 10 years ago, and I swear Fusion 360 is backwards in how it does some shit. But it's plenty good enough to do a lot of the stuff you would need. Then you got Blender, which is free, for stuff like organic models and curvy stuff. FreeCAD as well, which I think is harder to use than Fusion.

    Start with TinkerCAD and make the jack pad. It shouldn't take you too long lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by sillieidiot View Post
    I have experience with Solidworks from like 10 years ago, and I swear Fusion 360 is backwards in how it does some shit. But it's plenty good enough to do a lot of the stuff you would need. Then you got Blender, which is free, for stuff like organic models and curvy stuff. FreeCAD as well, which I think is harder to use than Fusion.
    I love Solidworks, it's by far my most adept CAD software. I don't have a 3D printer but if I do get one, will still be using Solidworks to design my parts. I love it so much that I may or may not have a copy on my computer obtained through other means...
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