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Old 07-19-18, 11:23 AM
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Question Anyone Have a 3D Printer? Defroster Nozzle

FDM, SLA or something similar that can print at fine build thicknesses and use a plastic resistant to high temperatures/UV.
Also, hoping that person also has access to a CMM that can reproduce these:

84/85 Dash Vents
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Grille Def Nozzle FA54-60-786 65
Grille (R) Def Nozzle FA54-60-785 65
Grille (L) Def Nozzle FA54-60-795 65

I have a brand new set of the left and right ones and an older but still decent geometry wise center section.

My 80-83 vents are also in decent enough shape to measure if there is interest in those.

If the materials are right for this application, I might be persuaded to loan mine out so the capability of making/selling these is available to other first gen owners. Yes, they make metal replacements. Might go that direction anyways to save these for future prototyping.
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lol I replied with a link about windshield washer nozzles. oops.

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I have a few 3d printers. I have a couple 3d printed parts on my csr currently. Even a few working well inside the engine bay.

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