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    I know there are some mods out there for the RBLs but has anyone tried to print one of these complete bulb and socket ? Either as a one or 2 piece
    Iíve started working on one but if someone has done it already it would save some time if willing to share .



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    not the bulb itself. Lots of mounting options out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ukewarrior View Post
    not the bulb itself. Lots of mounting options out there.
    I was working on an idea I had last night for a RBL as I couldnít find anything on line so thought Iíd ask here before putting too much into it .
    Thanks


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    I have broken a few of the hooks and plan to print new mounts. Looking forward to seeing what you find.


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    So far...



    All together about 15Ē tall



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    Started the first test on the base the big bulb will have to wait to start till my white filament comes in . Fingers crossed



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    That is exactly what I've been looking for. I am horrible at 3d design, even in tinker cad. I've been all over thingverse looking for something like this. I have the Ender3 and a Geetech A20m. The Ender so far is the best. Maybe in time I will get the geetech printing as good. But out of the box the Ender 3 was ready to go with little adjustment.

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    Ok got cap and bulb threads done ready for print .


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wichita View Post
    That is exactly what I've been looking for. I am horrible at 3d design, even in tinker cad. I've been all over thingverse looking for something like this. I have the Ender3 and a Geetech A20m. The Ender so far is the best. Maybe in time I will get the geetech printing as good. But out of the box the Ender 3 was ready to go with little adjustment.
    Yes, same here, I love all my ender3 pros


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    Anyone know the size or name of the waterproof connectors that are used on the cg1500s . For the outgoing sets of wires ?


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