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dergutehirte

Eachine PRO58 cover fixed Attitude v3

by dergutehirte May 13, 2018
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Did you put pins to be able to remove the pro58 easily or you need to unsolder it each tine you wan to remove it ?

I soldered some female header like this https://tinyurl.com/y7pw3yw7 to the Attitude. So you just can put the modul just into it and remove it if you like to without soldering.

But to be sure, we are talking about my attitude v2?

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Have you printed this yet? I had issues with the original as well as it was unprintable. If you've printed it, would you mind sharing some photos?

I have printed it and using it for my modified Attitude v2. The biggest issue was a small part on the front flat side of the cover, which made it impossible to print while laying it downside. I'll take some pictures of it when im back home.

Thanks. So that issue of getting it to print face down, that's fixed with your version? I didn't have that issue, I had an issue (with the original) where the slicer didn't quite slice it right and missed an entire section as well as some random spikes and outlines still being present.

Can't you just give your slicer a try with this model? It is nothing total complete new. Its just another quick and dirty, make-it-even-printable work. I already saw a lot of other models here at thingiverse modified with thinkercad, but thats more like a paper-scissor-clue solutions then a real CAD model. No really great, yeah we will get more printable items here, but also more trash thats not printable or not usable.

Yeah I've sliced it just now with Slic3r and with Cura, looks good. Whatever you did, I think it worked. Maybe I'll print one up and see how it fits.

I usally repair these kind of models. I can recommend https://tools3d.azurewebsites.net/ where you can upload a STL file and it will get repaird or Windows 10 has the 3D Builder App, which is also able to repair these kind of files. But it will just repair voxel and volume issues i think, not bad drawn oder puzzled liked models with holes and clitches. But sounds good, that it sliced for you and hopefully work.