3D Printing Land Rover

Cabin Air

Okay cabin air a little posh, I’m on about the air intake for the hot/cold air into the land rover for the comfort of the passengers etc. This intake is the side of the wing, and it’s the same wing I dented a number of weeks back and also broke this plastic part.

I contemplated just ignoring it and living with it broken, but then I fixed the 3D printer. Then I modelled this, but minus the text as per the below pictures. I had a conversation with my dad and he suggested I didn’t need to duplicate what was there originally, so I hit on this:

I set it printed last night, but it didn’t come out well, so here goes again:

3D Printing Land Rover

Air duct adaptor

Today I printed out an updated design of the air duct adaptor that I have for the drivers side of the land rover.

Printing… see the edges of raft lifting though.
The lift didn’t affect the large part, but ruined the smaller part.
Re-printed this bit..
The parts held together by me. I need to buy some abs solvent glue.

The completed part needs fitting to the dash of the land rover somehow in a manner that allows for the removal of the lower dash but yet allows for the air to blow were it needs to.

3D Printing

3D Printing

Having borrowed the 3D printer, I used it to print out a cup holder for a Fiat Spider 124:

This next video was taken at too low a frame rate, about 1 frame ever 15 seconds;

This was a successful build:

The finished product:

Needless to say the print didn’t come out perfectly scaled… so the bit that is meant to snap into the car was too small and didn’t work.