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    about abandoning use of the glass plate on his MegaMax printer as he s having better luck with the foil sided PIR foam from the home improvement store Reply Tobias P said 2013 05 22 00 55 Hi Since you were the first to print an AR 15 lower I wonder Would you allow me to use one of your pictures in an article about 3D printed guns for a gun mag waffenkultur com If so please contact me via the e mail I registered with here If you have a picture with an even higher resolution of 22 upper on 3d printed lower jpg buffer tower gap jpg extraction failure jpg that would be even better Also please let me know how you would like to be attributed Name nickname domain something else pick yours Reply William Lumpkins said 2013 06 26 09 20 I would like to use a few of your pictures for an artcile on 3 D printing for the IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine If I can get an e mail with your permission that would be great xillia ieee org Reply Have Blue said 2013 09 19 18 32 Hi William I dropped you a line not sure if you got it Let me know what photos you d like to use as I can provide higher resolution ones than what s on the site Reply Editor said 2013 07 07 14 31 Thank you thank you From the Feinstein Project Reply Sputnik said 2013 07 14 21 37 hello sir I have been doing some reading up on your project and given that your project is working with 5 56 and holding up to the strength of the DEFCAB file I was curious if you would be willing to send me the file via e mail so I can print it and compare it to DEFCAB s also what is the sturdiest material one could use to make this from I am very new to this sort of thing Thankyou very much Sir Reply Have Blue said 2013 07 14 22 57 Yes I have a copy of my lower here http haveblue org wordpress wp content uploads 2013 03 ARlower haveblue first version zip However the Defense Distributed version is better the buffer tower on mine is unmodified from Duke Snider s original CAD file and is thinner than on most aluminum lowers so it needs more material to keep flex down The sturdiest material you could make one from would probably be PEEK but there are currently only two machines in the entire US that can print in that material For a hobbyist type machine Taulman 618 is probably as strong a material as you ll find Reply Brett said 2013 09 28 22 02 Hi HaveBlue My name is Brett and I am a graduate student at Montana State University in the MFA program for Science and Natural History Filmmaking For my second year film I decided to go after a

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    about abandoning use of the glass plate on his MegaMax printer as he s having better luck with the foil sided PIR foam from the home improvement store Reply Tobias P said 2013 05 22 00 55 Hi Since you were the first to print an AR 15 lower I wonder Would you allow me to use one of your pictures in an article about 3D printed guns for a gun mag waffenkultur com If so please contact me via the e mail I registered with here If you have a picture with an even higher resolution of 22 upper on 3d printed lower jpg buffer tower gap jpg extraction failure jpg that would be even better Also please let me know how you would like to be attributed Name nickname domain something else pick yours Reply William Lumpkins said 2013 06 26 09 20 I would like to use a few of your pictures for an artcile on 3 D printing for the IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine If I can get an e mail with your permission that would be great xillia ieee org Reply Have Blue said 2013 09 19 18 32 Hi William I dropped you a line not sure if you got it Let me know what photos you d like to use as I can provide higher resolution ones than what s on the site Reply Editor said 2013 07 07 14 31 Thank you thank you From the Feinstein Project Reply Sputnik said 2013 07 14 21 37 hello sir I have been doing some reading up on your project and given that your project is working with 5 56 and holding up to the strength of the DEFCAB file I was curious if you would be willing to send me the file via e mail so I can print it and compare it to DEFCAB s also what is the sturdiest material one could use to make this from I am very new to this sort of thing Thankyou very much Sir Reply Have Blue said 2013 07 14 22 57 Yes I have a copy of my lower here http haveblue org wordpress wp content uploads 2013 03 ARlower haveblue first version zip However the Defense Distributed version is better the buffer tower on mine is unmodified from Duke Snider s original CAD file and is thinner than on most aluminum lowers so it needs more material to keep flex down The sturdiest material you could make one from would probably be PEEK but there are currently only two machines in the entire US that can print in that material For a hobbyist type machine Taulman 618 is probably as strong a material as you ll find Reply Brett said 2013 09 28 22 02 Hi HaveBlue My name is Brett and I am a graduate student at Montana State University in the MFA program for Science and Natural History Filmmaking For my second year film I decided to go after a

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    abandoning use of the glass plate on his MegaMax printer as he s having better luck with the foil sided PIR foam from the home improvement store Reply Tobias P said 2013 05 22 00 55 Hi Since you were the first to print an AR 15 lower I wonder Would you allow me to use one of your pictures in an article about 3D printed guns for a gun mag waffenkultur com If so please contact me via the e mail I registered with here If you have a picture with an even higher resolution of 22 upper on 3d printed lower jpg buffer tower gap jpg extraction failure jpg that would be even better Also please let me know how you would like to be attributed Name nickname domain something else pick yours Reply William Lumpkins said 2013 06 26 09 20 I would like to use a few of your pictures for an artcile on 3 D printing for the IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine If I can get an e mail with your permission that would be great xillia ieee org Reply Have Blue said 2013 09 19 18 32 Hi William I dropped you a line not sure if you got it Let me know what photos you d like to use as I can provide higher resolution ones than what s on the site Reply Editor said 2013 07 07 14 31 Thank you thank you From the Feinstein Project Reply Sputnik said 2013 07 14 21 37 hello sir I have been doing some reading up on your project and given that your project is working with 5 56 and holding up to the strength of the DEFCAB file I was curious if you would be willing to send me the file via e mail so I can print it and compare it to DEFCAB s also what is the sturdiest material one could use to make this from I am very new to this sort of thing Thankyou very much Sir Reply Have Blue said 2013 07 14 22 57 Yes I have a copy of my lower here http haveblue org wordpress wp content uploads 2013 03 ARlower haveblue first version zip However the Defense Distributed version is better the buffer tower on mine is unmodified from Duke Snider s original CAD file and is thinner than on most aluminum lowers so it needs more material to keep flex down The sturdiest material you could make one from would probably be PEEK but there are currently only two machines in the entire US that can print in that material For a hobbyist type machine Taulman 618 is probably as strong a material as you ll find Reply Brett said 2013 09 28 22 02 Hi HaveBlue My name is Brett and I am a graduate student at Montana State University in the MFA program for Science and Natural History Filmmaking For my second year film I decided to go after a subject

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    about abandoning use of the glass plate on his MegaMax printer as he s having better luck with the foil sided PIR foam from the home improvement store Reply Tobias P said 2013 05 22 00 55 Hi Since you were the first to print an AR 15 lower I wonder Would you allow me to use one of your pictures in an article about 3D printed guns for a gun mag waffenkultur com If so please contact me via the e mail I registered with here If you have a picture with an even higher resolution of 22 upper on 3d printed lower jpg buffer tower gap jpg extraction failure jpg that would be even better Also please let me know how you would like to be attributed Name nickname domain something else pick yours Reply William Lumpkins said 2013 06 26 09 20 I would like to use a few of your pictures for an artcile on 3 D printing for the IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine If I can get an e mail with your permission that would be great xillia ieee org Reply Have Blue said 2013 09 19 18 32 Hi William I dropped you a line not sure if you got it Let me know what photos you d like to use as I can provide higher resolution ones than what s on the site Reply Editor said 2013 07 07 14 31 Thank you thank you From the Feinstein Project Reply Sputnik said 2013 07 14 21 37 hello sir I have been doing some reading up on your project and given that your project is working with 5 56 and holding up to the strength of the DEFCAB file I was curious if you would be willing to send me the file via e mail so I can print it and compare it to DEFCAB s also what is the sturdiest material one could use to make this from I am very new to this sort of thing Thankyou very much Sir Reply Have Blue said 2013 07 14 22 57 Yes I have a copy of my lower here http haveblue org wordpress wp content uploads 2013 03 ARlower haveblue first version zip However the Defense Distributed version is better the buffer tower on mine is unmodified from Duke Snider s original CAD file and is thinner than on most aluminum lowers so it needs more material to keep flex down The sturdiest material you could make one from would probably be PEEK but there are currently only two machines in the entire US that can print in that material For a hobbyist type machine Taulman 618 is probably as strong a material as you ll find Reply Brett said 2013 09 28 22 02 Hi HaveBlue My name is Brett and I am a graduate student at Montana State University in the MFA program for Science and Natural History Filmmaking For my second year film I decided to go after a

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    abandoning use of the glass plate on his MegaMax printer as he s having better luck with the foil sided PIR foam from the home improvement store Reply Tobias P said 2013 05 22 00 55 Hi Since you were the first to print an AR 15 lower I wonder Would you allow me to use one of your pictures in an article about 3D printed guns for a gun mag waffenkultur com If so please contact me via the e mail I registered with here If you have a picture with an even higher resolution of 22 upper on 3d printed lower jpg buffer tower gap jpg extraction failure jpg that would be even better Also please let me know how you would like to be attributed Name nickname domain something else pick yours Reply William Lumpkins said 2013 06 26 09 20 I would like to use a few of your pictures for an artcile on 3 D printing for the IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine If I can get an e mail with your permission that would be great xillia ieee org Reply Have Blue said 2013 09 19 18 32 Hi William I dropped you a line not sure if you got it Let me know what photos you d like to use as I can provide higher resolution ones than what s on the site Reply Editor said 2013 07 07 14 31 Thank you thank you From the Feinstein Project Reply Sputnik said 2013 07 14 21 37 hello sir I have been doing some reading up on your project and given that your project is working with 5 56 and holding up to the strength of the DEFCAB file I was curious if you would be willing to send me the file via e mail so I can print it and compare it to DEFCAB s also what is the sturdiest material one could use to make this from I am very new to this sort of thing Thankyou very much Sir Reply Have Blue said 2013 07 14 22 57 Yes I have a copy of my lower here http haveblue org wordpress wp content uploads 2013 03 ARlower haveblue first version zip However the Defense Distributed version is better the buffer tower on mine is unmodified from Duke Snider s original CAD file and is thinner than on most aluminum lowers so it needs more material to keep flex down The sturdiest material you could make one from would probably be PEEK but there are currently only two machines in the entire US that can print in that material For a hobbyist type machine Taulman 618 is probably as strong a material as you ll find Reply Brett said 2013 09 28 22 02 Hi HaveBlue My name is Brett and I am a graduate student at Montana State University in the MFA program for Science and Natural History Filmmaking For my second year film I decided to go after a subject

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    abandoning use of the glass plate on his MegaMax printer as he s having better luck with the foil sided PIR foam from the home improvement store Reply Tobias P said 2013 05 22 00 55 Hi Since you were the first to print an AR 15 lower I wonder Would you allow me to use one of your pictures in an article about 3D printed guns for a gun mag waffenkultur com If so please contact me via the e mail I registered with here If you have a picture with an even higher resolution of 22 upper on 3d printed lower jpg buffer tower gap jpg extraction failure jpg that would be even better Also please let me know how you would like to be attributed Name nickname domain something else pick yours Reply William Lumpkins said 2013 06 26 09 20 I would like to use a few of your pictures for an artcile on 3 D printing for the IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine If I can get an e mail with your permission that would be great xillia ieee org Reply Have Blue said 2013 09 19 18 32 Hi William I dropped you a line not sure if you got it Let me know what photos you d like to use as I can provide higher resolution ones than what s on the site Reply Editor said 2013 07 07 14 31 Thank you thank you From the Feinstein Project Reply Sputnik said 2013 07 14 21 37 hello sir I have been doing some reading up on your project and given that your project is working with 5 56 and holding up to the strength of the DEFCAB file I was curious if you would be willing to send me the file via e mail so I can print it and compare it to DEFCAB s also what is the sturdiest material one could use to make this from I am very new to this sort of thing Thankyou very much Sir Reply Have Blue said 2013 07 14 22 57 Yes I have a copy of my lower here http haveblue org wordpress wp content uploads 2013 03 ARlower haveblue first version zip However the Defense Distributed version is better the buffer tower on mine is unmodified from Duke Snider s original CAD file and is thinner than on most aluminum lowers so it needs more material to keep flex down The sturdiest material you could make one from would probably be PEEK but there are currently only two machines in the entire US that can print in that material For a hobbyist type machine Taulman 618 is probably as strong a material as you ll find Reply Brett said 2013 09 28 22 02 Hi HaveBlue My name is Brett and I am a graduate student at Montana State University in the MFA program for Science and Natural History Filmmaking For my second year film I decided to go after a subject

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    abandoning use of the glass plate on his MegaMax printer as he s having better luck with the foil sided PIR foam from the home improvement store Reply Tobias P said 2013 05 22 00 55 Hi Since you were the first to print an AR 15 lower I wonder Would you allow me to use one of your pictures in an article about 3D printed guns for a gun mag waffenkultur com If so please contact me via the e mail I registered with here If you have a picture with an even higher resolution of 22 upper on 3d printed lower jpg buffer tower gap jpg extraction failure jpg that would be even better Also please let me know how you would like to be attributed Name nickname domain something else pick yours Reply William Lumpkins said 2013 06 26 09 20 I would like to use a few of your pictures for an artcile on 3 D printing for the IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine If I can get an e mail with your permission that would be great xillia ieee org Reply Have Blue said 2013 09 19 18 32 Hi William I dropped you a line not sure if you got it Let me know what photos you d like to use as I can provide higher resolution ones than what s on the site Reply Editor said 2013 07 07 14 31 Thank you thank you From the Feinstein Project Reply Sputnik said 2013 07 14 21 37 hello sir I have been doing some reading up on your project and given that your project is working with 5 56 and holding up to the strength of the DEFCAB file I was curious if you would be willing to send me the file via e mail so I can print it and compare it to DEFCAB s also what is the sturdiest material one could use to make this from I am very new to this sort of thing Thankyou very much Sir Reply Have Blue said 2013 07 14 22 57 Yes I have a copy of my lower here http haveblue org wordpress wp content uploads 2013 03 ARlower haveblue first version zip However the Defense Distributed version is better the buffer tower on mine is unmodified from Duke Snider s original CAD file and is thinner than on most aluminum lowers so it needs more material to keep flex down The sturdiest material you could make one from would probably be PEEK but there are currently only two machines in the entire US that can print in that material For a hobbyist type machine Taulman 618 is probably as strong a material as you ll find Reply Brett said 2013 09 28 22 02 Hi HaveBlue My name is Brett and I am a graduate student at Montana State University in the MFA program for Science and Natural History Filmmaking For my second year film I decided to go after a subject

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    abandoning use of the glass plate on his MegaMax printer as he s having better luck with the foil sided PIR foam from the home improvement store Reply Tobias P said 2013 05 22 00 55 Hi Since you were the first to print an AR 15 lower I wonder Would you allow me to use one of your pictures in an article about 3D printed guns for a gun mag waffenkultur com If so please contact me via the e mail I registered with here If you have a picture with an even higher resolution of 22 upper on 3d printed lower jpg buffer tower gap jpg extraction failure jpg that would be even better Also please let me know how you would like to be attributed Name nickname domain something else pick yours Reply William Lumpkins said 2013 06 26 09 20 I would like to use a few of your pictures for an artcile on 3 D printing for the IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine If I can get an e mail with your permission that would be great xillia ieee org Reply Have Blue said 2013 09 19 18 32 Hi William I dropped you a line not sure if you got it Let me know what photos you d like to use as I can provide higher resolution ones than what s on the site Reply Editor said 2013 07 07 14 31 Thank you thank you From the Feinstein Project Reply Sputnik said 2013 07 14 21 37 hello sir I have been doing some reading up on your project and given that your project is working with 5 56 and holding up to the strength of the DEFCAB file I was curious if you would be willing to send me the file via e mail so I can print it and compare it to DEFCAB s also what is the sturdiest material one could use to make this from I am very new to this sort of thing Thankyou very much Sir Reply Have Blue said 2013 07 14 22 57 Yes I have a copy of my lower here http haveblue org wordpress wp content uploads 2013 03 ARlower haveblue first version zip However the Defense Distributed version is better the buffer tower on mine is unmodified from Duke Snider s original CAD file and is thinner than on most aluminum lowers so it needs more material to keep flex down The sturdiest material you could make one from would probably be PEEK but there are currently only two machines in the entire US that can print in that material For a hobbyist type machine Taulman 618 is probably as strong a material as you ll find Reply Brett said 2013 09 28 22 02 Hi HaveBlue My name is Brett and I am a graduate student at Montana State University in the MFA program for Science and Natural History Filmmaking For my second year film I decided to go after a subject

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