A couple of FREE 3D printable jigs for any builders out there.
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    Default A couple of FREE 3D printable jigs for any builders out there.

    As I've went through the process of acquiring and building some HK roller-delay rifles, I came across the fact that some of the simple jigs are *really* expensive for what they are. So having a 3D printer and some time, I decided to design some alternatives. So far I have:

    A jig to place the semi-auto weldment/shelf.

    A jig to drill the hole for the 1/8" pin for a paddle release.

    My next plans are to make a sight alignment jig for both the CETME and G3 style sights.

    If anyone has any suggestions for other jigs that may be 3D printable feel free to let me know!
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    This is awesome... thanks! What machine are you using to print in Nylon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RossinFL View Post
    This is awesome... thanks! What machine are you using to print in Nylon?
    I am using a Creality Ender 3 Pro with an upgraded hotend (Microswiss) and a garolite bed. I just bought another of the same printer and will be installing an E3Dv6 hotend on it and probably just sticking with a glass bed. Both are fine options.

    Honestly, with the current batch of Ender 3 Pros, you can print nylon out of the box if you buy a glass bed. I just want to be able to print at temperatures higher than 260C for composite filaments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by funtapaz View Post
    I am using a Creality Ender 3 Pro with an upgraded hotend (Microswiss) and a garolite bed. I just bought another of the same printer and will be installing an E3Dv6 hotend on it and probably just sticking with a glass bed. Both are fine options.

    Honestly, with the current batch of Ender 3 Pros, you can print nylon out of the box if you buy a glass bed. I just want to be able to print at temperatures higher than 260C for composite filaments.
    I also have an ender 3 pro. Have tried some basic ABS with minimal warping (no enclosure). I just got a CR10 and am about to set it up with a keenovo AC heated bed and a printed solid enclosure. I may also upgrade to the micro swiss hotend. Hope to be able to print your parts in a better material using this setup.

    Anyways thank you very much for making the parts. I will definitely print them out when I get everything setup 100%.

    By the way, what are you printing these parts in?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RossinFL View Post
    I also have an ender 3 pro. Have tried some basic ABS with minimal warping (no enclosure). I just got a CR10 and am about to set it up with a keenovo AC heated bed and a printed solid enclosure. I may also upgrade to the micro swiss hotend. Hope to be able to print your parts in a better material using this setup.

    Anyways thank you very much for making the parts. I will definitely print them out when I get everything setup 100%.

    By the way, what are you printing these parts in?
    I am printing the drilling jig with PLA, and I am printing the weldment jig with Nylon 6 for that extra little bit of heat tolerance. When I eventually get around to sight alignment stuff they will probably be Nylon 6 or NylonX, just depends.

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