I’ve discovered that in the 6 months since I began my adventure with my home 3D printer that I’ve become more intolerant on those minor annoyances that we just casually ignore in our daily lives. Now I have to print and fix everything I can instead of buying replacement parts. It’s an exercise in modeling, spacial awareness, and engineering. In short it’s fun! Since the mother of invention is necessity I began to replace the missing end-plugs on my horns. This is modeled with Tinkercad and the STL file is linked below. You cna scale it to fit your horn or just edit the .stl file.
Material used: 4 – 7m [depending on shell thickness]
Print time: 34 minutes [depending on your printer settings]
Infill: 25% or more
Layer height: >.2 [it’s an end-plug so high levels of detail aren’t needed.]