I made it myself in Fusion. Heres the thread where you can find them.
That's a great idea! They would look awesome with no hardware. How should mount the ones I already have? They have a few flaws so I don't want this set permanent. One side has a line of tiny bubbles down the center. I think that one wasn't perfectly vertical when printing.TomAiello wrote: ↑Thu Apr 08, 2021 11:49 amJosh, can you print the pins as part of the scale, so that it's one solid piece through, and you don't have to drill into the outside?
You could put small receiver holes in the opposite scale to catch the pins, which would increase stability. And then you could make half the pins come from one side, and half from the other. You could even make a much larger number of pins than standard.
Heck, now I'm picturing a set of scales with built in 'pins' that snap onto the mule like a pair of legos.
Awesome work. I'm worried I'll get dragged down the 3d printing rabbit hole next (after I get out of the CNC rabbit hole). I really can't imagine being bored ever again...this knife hobby just keeps going deeper and deeper.
Drill them for Gulso bolts. You're going to want to take them off and put on the next iteration, and the next, and the next, and you'll be unhappy with yourself if you permanently attach your first set to your Mule. Ask me how I know...
I need to order some where do you get them?TomAiello wrote: ↑Sat Apr 10, 2021 10:36 amDrill them for Gulso bolts. You're going to want to take them off and put on the next iteration, and the next, and the next, and you'll be unhappy with yourself if you permanently attach your first set to your Mule. Ask me how I know...
Thanks! It's a lot easier than you think. There's a lot of information on the internet. I prefer videos that way I can watch step by step. It also helps I have a brother that's already pretty good at it.
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