The Triumph Bonneville T140 Kill Switch - I designed this object for my friend and long standing colleague Eric R. The switch breaks often and costs £20 to replace each time. The design does still need to be tweaked but is good enough to be released...
The Triumph Bonneville T140 is a standard motorcycle with a 750 cc (46 cu in) capacity engine that was designed and built by Triumph Engineering at Meriden near Coventry.
The T140 was the second generation in the Bonneville series developed from the earlier 650 cc (40 cu in) T120 Bonneville and was produced by Triumph in a number of versions, including limited editions, from 1973 until 1983 when the company was declared bankrupt. Licensed production of the T140 Bonneville was continued by Les Harris between 1985 and 1988 at Newton Abbot in Devon, these machines became known as 'Harris' or 'Devon' Bonnevilles.
I would like to suggest you use Rigid Ihttps://rigid.ink/products/abs-1-75mm-3d-filament-0-03mm-tolerance?variant=1000018973
If you are using www.rigid.ink then following settings apply
Print at: around 230C-250°C depending on speed
Heated bed: Use a heated bed to avoid warping (around 90°C)
Notes: Adheres well to Buildtak bed https://www.buildtak.eu
Using a glue stick is also a great addition to your printing processes
Remove support material and then use a file & small drill. It is always a good idea to trim or clean the rough edges off any model, especially a 3D printed one...
Designed with Fusion 360, printed using Simplify3D