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Alright, /diy/nosaurs, I've got a problem, and I don't trust /o/ to be of any help.
I've been trying to open the fill plug on my car's transfer case. Problem is, it looks as if some dumbass has actually epoxied/sealed the damn thing in.
Now I can't get the fucker off, even with an impact wrench with 550 ft/lbs of torque. What do?
/3dpg/ 3D printing general
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Still new pasta, feel free to contribute.
Additive Manufacturing Technologies:3D Printing, Rapid Prototyping, and Direct Digital Manufacturing, Gibson Rosen Stucker
>open source community
>buyfag buyers guide
Any cheap chinkshit kit
>basic 3d printing FAQs
https://opendesignengine.net/projects/vg3dp/wiki (lots of useful stuff)
>why do my prints look like shit, visual troubleshooting
>how to calibrate
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w_Wb0i0-Qvo [Embed] [Embed]
>where do I get files to print?
>what programs do you make your own files with
>what kind of filament do I want
Begin with a roll of known brand PLA before moving to more demanding materials.
e3d and its clones
http://sintratec.com/ A SLS kit.
>post processing (sanding painting etc.)
Best tool to cut steel plates
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I don't have room, nor the budget, to place a big "plaatschaar" (not sure what the English name for it is, looks like pic related). So what would be the best option to cut steel plating up to 3mm for distances of let's say 50-100cm?
All I have at the moment is a simple angle grinder.
Other options I was thinking about: jig saw, metal shears, reciprocating saw.
What do you guys recommend?