Measurement

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  • #78266

    Abdul Jabbar
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    I got some printed parts burly J 1″ but on vernier scale the inside diameter of foot is less than 1″ I cant understand why???  The vernier is not faulty i m sure. Help form u will be appereciated where am i making mistake.🤔
    Thanks in advance

    #78289

    Barry
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    If you print a 50mm square, is it 50mm?

    #78303

    BillW
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    The 25.4 (1″) J foot measures 25.7mm ID

    #78319

    Abdul Jabbar
    Participant

    I dont understand dear about 50mm what u r asking . Its burly j 1 inch parts n i have get it print by a 3d print service shop.

    #78320

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    The 25.4 (1″) J foot measures 25.7mm ID

    It should be exactly 25.4 or a hair under depending on your printer. 24.9mm is pretty snug, I suggest you print a 100mm3 test print to verify your printer.

    #78321

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    n i have get it print by a 3d print service shop

    They actually should not have done that under the license they are released under. So small inaccurate parts and slightly unethical business practices, that place is not to upstanding of a business.

    I won’t hold it against you though.

    #78336

    BillW
    Participant

    I should have said the STL measures 25.7 so should print near to required size.

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    #78436

    Abdul Jabbar
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    So dears are these parts still useful or i should through them in a bin😔

    #78453

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    Can you fit them on a tube that you have, that is all that matters at this point?

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