Hello from Como's lake and a little contribution to the Frontera community (3D print fuel lines support)

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lucamax
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Hello from Como's lake and a little contribution to the Frontera community (3D print fuel lines support)

Beitrag von lucamax » Sonntag 19. Januar 2020, 06:35

Hi,
I'm from the north of Italy at the top of Como's lake,
I recently own a 2.2 gasoline Frontera B, bought in Germany , and soon I will buy a 3.2 .

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I have restored the fuel tank reinforcing the iron shell support with carbon fiber because it was corroded by rust.
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Here is my little contribution to the Frontera community
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4112445

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Timo
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Re: Hello from Como's lake and a little contribution to the Frontera community (3D print fuel lines support)

Beitrag von Timo » Sonntag 19. Januar 2020, 18:19

Hello & welcome to this board!
Como Lake is very beautiful, but i prefer Lago Maggiore :funny:

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Marco.Schmühl
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Re: Hello from Como's lake and a little contribution to the Frontera community (3D print fuel lines support)

Beitrag von Marco.Schmühl » Dienstag 4. Februar 2020, 09:32

Hi,

thanks for sharing.

Which print material did you use for the print? Is it standard PLA?

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Marco

lucamax
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Re: Hello from Como's lake and a little contribution to the Frontera community (3D print fuel lines support)

Beitrag von lucamax » Mittwoch 5. Februar 2020, 02:12

Hello,
no it is ABS , printed in low resolution with a Zortrax M200 printer.

PLA become brittle after some time while ABS has much better mechanical properties.

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