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Here's my rendition of the F1 engine. From 3D drawing to printed item

3D Model of Saturn V F1 engine

 

Printed F1

 

Printed 3D model of F1 engine

 

 

 

 

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Posted (edited)

 

AP,

Looks pretty good, where's the rest of the Saturn V?

 

Edited by The Underdog

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You've got some nice little details in there and ...but, I can't tell what the scale is ... 1/72? ... 1/144? ... 1/48?

And your 3D skills are impressive!  :thumbsup:

 

Pete

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Thanks  Underdog the Dragon is in my case. I may do 4 more for it. But need to make an interface to fit them.

Thanks Pete. It's 1/72 scale.

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Very nice! I only see the first image but it's incredible. How was this printed? Resin printer? Keep up the awesome work!

 

Bill

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8 minutes ago, niart17 said:

I only see the first image but it's incredible.


Same here only first image

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7 hours ago, K2Pete said:

You've got some nice little details in there and ...but, I can't tell what the scale is ... 1/72? ... 1/144? ... 1/48?

And your 3D skills are impressive!  :thumbsup:

 

Pete

 

2 hours ago, Aussie-Pete said:

Thanks  Underdog the Dragon is in my case. I may do 4 more for it. But need to make an interface to fit them.

Thanks Pete. It's 1/72 scale.

 

Pete,

I made the same mistake, my original post read...

"Looks pretty good, but what's the scale?"

Then, when I had realized my mistake - I changed it to this...

LOL

 

AP,

Looks pretty good, where's the rest of the Saturn V?

By the way AP, you should create the Interface and engines for your S-V rocket.

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1 hour ago, niart17 said:

Very nice! I only see the first image but it's incredible. How was this printed? Resin printer? Keep up the awesome work!

 

Bill

 

AP,

Same here, I only see the First image and zippo else!

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8 hours ago, niart17 said:

Very nice! I only see the first image but it's incredible. How was this printed? Resin printer? Keep up the awesome work!

 

Bill

Photon resin printer. Best bang for buck 3d printer out. 
Not sure why other images are not showing. 

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Would like to see something to compare the resin print against, for scale.

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52 minutes ago, Peter Browne said:

Would like to see something to compare the resin print against, for scale.

Just for Pete.
This is at 1/72 scale. I was going to make an adapter to put 5 of them on my Dragon Saturn V

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Thanks, very nice indeed.  Is this the Photon S?  Solidworks?  How long did it take to print, I'm guessing overnight?

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57 minutes ago, Peter Browne said:

Thanks, very nice indeed.  Is this the Photon S?  Solidworks?  How long did it take to print, I'm guessing overnight?

Original Photon and Fusion360. 
This is modeled in parts and assembled. 10 parts I think.
Print time was 12 hours all up I think.

I'm trying to reduce part count by saving assemblies merged. Largest is the engine bell currently in two halves that I want to print as 1 part. That's 11 hours.
 

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