Saturday, November 04, 2023

Brother EP43 3D Printed Battery Cover

Here's the link to the CAD file on OnShape, if you're interested in printing your own battery cover.


Blogger Ted said...

Blue cover! :D

Wait, you bought a standard-sized machine on ShopGoodwill? You loon! :D

7:35 AM  
Blogger Joe V said...

Well, it’s complicated. It was actually Kevin who bought it, but had it shipped to my house ‘cause he was out of town. Myself, I’d never buy from online.

8:19 AM  
Anonymous Gregory Short said...

Unless it was a dream, I think I remember hearing about a 3D scanner with which you could more easily replicate a battery cover. The usual case in which I see it used is to make 3D models of heads and bodies. I doubt they're available to the average consumer, though.

Oh, dear! Too bad about that typewriter. I think someone on the meeting today was talking about a cracked frame on a typewriter.

12:00 AM  
Anonymous Eric J Tidd said...

I TOTALLY need a "Where Did I Put It" notebook! Great idea.

Bummer about the Rooy.

2:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello Joe.
I just watched one of your “Office Supply Addict” videos about the lack of Rolodex Punch Machines/Business Card Punch. And their highly inflated price. As I recall there was no metal in the vintage ones? Or they must’ve had a spring but the cutting surface was just a sharp sturdy plastic. They were not much bigger than a business card. My point, at last, is really a question. I wonder if it might be a 3d printer project? Also, what do you think of the punch you purchased on Amazon? Is it still working?
I really enjoy your videos. I’ve meant to comment but am usually not signed in to YouTube. I’m somewhat familiar with Albq so it’s fun to see your travels. I would watch you over Steve Stucker any day. : )
I hope the hole punch project is something you pursue.

Thanks, Kim Dennison.

10:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please remove my email if you publish my post.

11:00 PM  

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