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 on: November 16, 2017, 07:40:56 pm 
Started by roy4matra - Last post by GP
For those out there who have never actually seen one, here is a picture of the unavailable Alloy Politechnic Rocker Cover made for the Puegeot 505 Turbo, which handily fitted the 2.2 Murena.  Also showing a vent fitting inserted.

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 on: November 08, 2017, 10:09:02 am 
Started by Murena IRL - Last post by richard
This is brilliant !

How strong and/or flexible do you recon the print is ?

I remember from earlier days of 3D printing that this was a problem, and a 3D print was more for checking the CAD drawing before sending it to somebody with a CFC milling machine.

What software and file formats are you using ?  - maybe you could crowdsource the model-building to the rest of us  (even if we're sort of a small crowd) ?

/Lennart

quality, strength and appearance are the things to take into account when creating the 3d prints. Once you draw a part (i use Fusion360) you have to think of what is the use. Is it on the outside (of the car) and visible, or is it behind some panel, but it should be heat resistant. I think parts gonna be strong enough in most cases, because you van choose to make a solid part for strength or a 0  - 99 % to be lightweight or stronger part. Like the endcaps for bumpers they were not strong enough so i added some thickness, and now they are strong.  What wil happen is that part may look a little different from original. Also the printing material that is most easy to make smooth is ABS, because it wil melt when getting in contact with acceton. Other materials may need to be sanded and painted to get them smooth. I do not know how ABS wil hold in UV light, it might loose color. Nice thing about 3d printing is, you could always print a new part. Proces of smooting is also a thing to consider. What exact do you mean by crowdsource the molel building ?


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 on: November 08, 2017, 09:52:47 am 
Started by TELBOY - Last post by richard
those parts for the window mechanism? How did that come out? Did the 3d printed version work as good as the original?

Best, Jesper

hi, i did not go any further on that. if you could use some, i can start trying to create them. I need people who can test the printed parts for usability.

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 on: November 08, 2017, 09:51:00 am 
Started by TELBOY - Last post by richard
Richard,
Can you shrink, and repost this photo.
It makes the whole post hard to read.

Hi, i did not post this big photo, please ask TelBoy

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 on: November 05, 2017, 09:50:38 pm 
Started by Waldo - Last post by muccax
hej
jeg vil gerne købe den
ring til mig så finder vi ud af det
mvh

 6 
 on: November 02, 2017, 11:38:06 pm 
Started by Johan Edström - Last post by speed pete
Xxxxxx

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 on: November 01, 2017, 10:54:29 pm 
Started by njesper - Last post by njesper
Super. Well, it IS getting enough power thru my HP powerbox directly (wires and box is brand new), so I guess I need to have a look at the motor.
DO you know a replacement?

Best, Jesper


Access to the wiper motor is not that easy. You have to drill out the pop rivets that hold the metal plates behind the brake cylinder assembly. Don't remember if you start from the left or right.
The speed issue could be because it is not getting enough power. Perhaps coroded wires, but perhaps the brushes are worn.
When I renovated my heater blower motor I found that the commutator was completely black due to excessive arcing, which again was caused by the brushes being worn too short.

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 on: November 01, 2017, 07:23:06 pm 
Started by Johan Edström - Last post by Johan Edström
Still searching for my Murena😀 Would prefer a Murena in a very good condition, with very little work. Pricerange between 5000 to 10000 €.

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 on: October 31, 2017, 05:18:01 pm 
Started by TELBOY - Last post by Jon Weywadt
Richard,
Can you shrink, and repost this photo.
It makes the whole post hard to read.

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 on: October 31, 2017, 05:16:02 pm 
Started by njesper - Last post by Jon Weywadt
Access to the wiper motor is not that easy. You have to drill out the pop rivets that hold the metal plates behind the brake cylinder assembly. Don't remember if you start from the left or right.
The speed issue could be because it is not getting enough power. Perhaps coroded wires, but perhaps the brushes are worn.
When I renovated my heater blower motor I found that the commutator was completely black due to excessive arcing, which again was caused by the brushes being worn too short.

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