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Re: Collecting accessories

Posted: Sun Sep 02, 2018 8:24 pm
by carlmt
naki_k wrote:Too big to 3D print then (yet).

You could have a burgeoning business idea here reproducing all these parts.


God yes - far too big to print....even in sections. It would cost a fortune. But vac-forming them, now that might work.

As for business ideas, I just look at the part and wonder "can it be reproduced cost effectively", especially if it is NLA. Like the carpet retaining clips you needed for the Green Daimler : these can very easily be reproduced by 3D printing.....all I need is a good enough example to 3D scan. If I can collect enough of these smaller parts to scan in then the cost will be minimal.

Re: Collecting accessories

Posted: Fri Jan 10, 2020 2:05 pm
by naki_k
Has anyone ever seen one of these boot liners for X300 before?
My first one just arrived last weekend.
It seems reasonable quality.

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Re: Collecting accessories

Posted: Fri Jan 10, 2020 2:08 pm
by katar83
naki_k wrote:Has anyone ever seen one of these boot liners for X300 before?
My first one just arrived last weekend.
It seems reasonable quality.


That looks great. I assume no part number on the old sticker? I have one for XJS and they are very useful.

Re: Collecting accessories

Posted: Fri Jan 10, 2020 2:27 pm
by naki_k
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If anyone has the accessory catalogue for X300, I would think it’s in there?