Since I posted a video of my 3D printed lathe on YouTube, the video has now been viewed over 100,000 times. If a typical working day is 8 hours, and the working year is 250 days or so, then it’s the equivalent of about two solid years of someone watching it. That’s not a job I’d want.
Anyway, a number of people have asked for the STL files so they could make one themselves. I’ve finally got them in some sort of order, and you can now download a zip file with them all from here [wpdm_package id=’423′].
If you haven’t seen the video, here it is:
2 Replies to “Printed lathe parts online”
Hi, nice project my friend.
is it possible to get the source file for some modifications ? but anyway, nice project 🙂
Hi Peter. I came across this video on Youtube. This little 3D printed lathe is awesome!
I want to try and 3D print a camera adjusting device using a similar adjustment method. I wonder if you might publish some step files of the lathe so I can examine it for some inspiration.
Are the silversteel rods just pressfit into the plastic?