3D Printed KDX Manifold

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    NO GO!!!

    I need a shorter manifold - I stuffed up the manual method so I am going to try a 3D Printed one.


    • make 3D model
    • work out if Alumide can handle petrol... it can BUT it is also porous... so this project is dead (I'll design a module for a CNC machine instead
    • print


    Using flatbed scan of exiting manifold...


    I recreated the base in Rhino3D...


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    107.93 kB22:45, 16 Dec 2012internetscooterActions
    Scan using flatbed scanner
    1423.32 kB12:37, 16 Dec 2012internetscooterActions
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