3D PRINTING A BENCH VICE!!! PART 1

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  • Published on Aug 20, 2019
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  • Shawn Michael
    Shawn Michael 3 hours ago

    These knuckleheads are making all these amateur mistakes. Who is funding this?

  • Daniel Kruger
    Daniel Kruger Day ago

    I think that off white translucent wax was sticky wax. You use that to bond the wax to the PLA.

  • DesertCookie
    DesertCookie Day ago

    Little editing-hickup there :D

  • sir capitano
    sir capitano 2 days ago +1

    "315.000 of one inch..." wouldn't it just be easier to use metric...?

  • An Anonymous Oyster
    An Anonymous Oyster 2 days ago

    Mm I love a good phosphor bronze meatball for dinner

  • Sky Swendsboe
    Sky Swendsboe 2 days ago

    I have that Knife! Its the Kershaw Knockout! Kershaw knives are awesome! Alec has good taste!

  • randalljames
    randalljames 3 days ago

    Felt like might you underestimate your audience on this one... betting a lot of guys are pretty versed on an additive process lol

  • Random Access Broccoli

    what exactly does flux do to heated metal?

  • TechTom
    TechTom 6 days ago

    Where did the plastic model go? Does it flow out of the mold while beeingnin the kilm???

  • Alaska Famous
    Alaska Famous 7 days ago

    for the love of god balance that lathe

  • 74546
    74546 7 days ago

    the imperial system is garbage

  • selador11
    selador11 8 days ago

    A vice is a bad habit. A vise is what you are trying to print then cast. =0)

  • eri
    eri 8 days ago

    nice zbanding dude

  • Silvan Geissmann
    Silvan Geissmann 8 days ago

    Was the investment not sucked into the print?

  • Alejandro Ayora
    Alejandro Ayora 8 days ago

    VISE*

  • Louis Victor
    Louis Victor 9 days ago

    So.... Alec^2 ?

  • Mike Pettengill
    Mike Pettengill 9 days ago

    cool technique

  • Auburn
    Auburn 9 days ago

    I'm curious to know why you didn't use the lathe to cut the threads into the brass? I have noticed that they end up coming out cleaner than being done with a Die.

  • Devon Hansen
    Devon Hansen 10 days ago

    What kind of sprue wax is that? Trying to find a reasonably priced wax.

  • RockGodZeppelin
    RockGodZeppelin 10 days ago

    Wow, I would be embarrassed with those prints.

  • Daniel Talavera
    Daniel Talavera 11 days ago

    That Pulse 3D printer needs some calibration, lool at those overextrusion

  • ledgen95
    ledgen95 11 days ago +1

    but for real tho what was the time on that print?

  • R Salomon
    R Salomon 11 days ago

    This video was a joke right? where the final cleaned up working vice? You called this a success.

  • Chris Hoesel
    Chris Hoesel 12 days ago +1

    Pretty wobbly threads or just camera artifacting? Also, should be ACME threads for a vise. Nonetheless turned out pretty cute.

  • Notguilty Yourhonor
    Notguilty Yourhonor 12 days ago +1

    Why didn’t they print the sprues.

    • Notguilty Yourhonor
      Notguilty Yourhonor 9 days ago

      Yes that’s correct but I was thinking printing them separately and use a soldering iron to glue them on. Slower possibly but could be printed at the same time as the vice.

    • hansdietrich83
      hansdietrich83 9 days ago

      Then they would need a lot of support structure while printing. The printw cant print in mid air

  • Dan Hyde
    Dan Hyde 12 days ago +1

    I really wanted to see you screw cut on the lathe :(

  • Aidan C
    Aidan C 12 days ago

    16:30, wat?

  • SkyBrigidRain
    SkyBrigidRain 13 days ago

    Hi yeah! I have a question for Alec!

  • Mosk17
    Mosk17 13 days ago +3

    Those are really sloppy 3d prints, does not look like made by a "professional" as it should

  • Iam Kronix
    Iam Kronix 14 days ago +1

    That guy just watched after he was done with his job. He looked bored

  • The Big Mcskittle
    The Big Mcskittle 14 days ago +1

    Why didn't they just .ake a silicone mold of the plastic parts and then cast wax into the molds so they wouldnt have to worry about the wax not sticking to the pla???

  • Sonia Molnar
    Sonia Molnar 14 days ago

    16:30 de ja vu

  • ello1011
    ello1011 15 days ago +2

    this printer is yuck

  • LordVader
    LordVader 15 days ago

    That Alec is a lie!!!

  • TobiasK
    TobiasK 15 days ago +2

    Even though it's in layers each PLA-layer is really slick, ruff it up with some sandpaper perhaps.

  • psycho2atee
    psycho2atee 17 days ago +1

    and thats why you should use metric ;)

  • Ckc dillpickle
    Ckc dillpickle 17 days ago

    Thought this was a actual 3d print

  • Eight Ball Talkin'
    Eight Ball Talkin' 18 days ago

    Alec, stick a dot of painters tape wherever you want the wax to stick. Painters tape will burn out with the PLA and wax.

  • Hugo Nilsson
    Hugo Nilsson 18 days ago

    We are going to use the imperial system... How do you say that? Does this make sense? Hmmm

  • SPBHJ
    SPBHJ 19 days ago +2

    just letting you know theres an editing mistake at around 16:30

  • Dalton Harrington
    Dalton Harrington 19 days ago

    Is will getting fat?

  • Comrade Scatter
    Comrade Scatter 19 days ago

    9:02 Woah Alec, you look real different

  • Matt Weber
    Matt Weber 19 days ago

    Who ever is in charge of the macro shots.. your fired.. jesus christ.. lets show every possible bad print detail, ghosting, crap layer, underextrusion, and what looks like a partially clogged nozzle in parts from probably a completely freshly assembled and uncalibrated $1000 Pulse.

  • FlyingDropBear
    FlyingDropBear 19 days ago +1

    Imperial measurements - designed by a drunk mathematician who hates multiples of 10...

  • Martin Nienaber
    Martin Nienaber 19 days ago

    where can we find the stl files for this vice

  • mario V
    mario V 20 days ago +4

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  • AyabaraGaming
    AyabaraGaming 20 days ago

    The only thing I'm thinking is you guys really could have modelled some struts onto those vice prints that would have held them up in the casting chamber! Basically extra tree supports ala how slicers usually do for sla mini printing!

  • Jon Flanagin
    Jon Flanagin 20 days ago

    Check out Shapeways.

  • MarcioNSantos
    MarcioNSantos 20 days ago +5

    315 thousands of an inch = Complicated imperial system
    8 milimeters, metric

    • Gibbtall
      Gibbtall 12 days ago +1

      I'm so angry at everyone in America for my Imperial woes. Takes 3 people 5 minutes to figure out how to say 8mm....

  • tyrel warner
    tyrel warner 20 days ago

    WHere is Will!!!

  • JHawkBeerMaker
    JHawkBeerMaker 20 days ago

    Are the SLT's going to be public? Would be fun to print my own.

  • John Delaney
    John Delaney 20 days ago

    Quick tip for you.
    You can use the tail stock to apply pressure on the the die to keep it square with the shaft, whilst cutting the thread.

  • Металовироби Металоконструкції

    These are great guys. You have a unique approach to work

  • navyross01
    navyross01 21 day ago

    Why don't you guys ever use the lathe to cut your threads?

  • Pest789
    Pest789 21 day ago

    Has a lathe. Uses a drill to sand a part.

  • Court
    Court 21 day ago

    Will, the US does not use Imperial units. It is US customary units (USC). They have many differences, particularly historically.

  • BAM5
    BAM5 22 days ago

    So alec! Just a thought for potential future PLA castings. Model the sprus and risers and everything *in* the program and print them out and melt them together like you would with wax. PLA can easily be welded to other bits of pla with a soldering iron! Or You could model holes in the investment pla parts to more easily attach wax? Just some ideas! Oh, you could also use actual cut off bits of filament to do some really stringy supporty casts. You could also get the beefy 3mm diameter filament and use that as well!

  • Jick Hertz
    Jick Hertz 22 days ago

    Great collab. video! I think you need one more machine to cure the resin once it has been 3D printed if you want to make a cast out of it. P.S. Love your vids:)

  • LBEGaming
    LBEGaming 22 days ago

    Quick tip for you when your tap and dye use your tail stock for your guide .
    When you're using the tap you can use a live centre will go in the end of the tap where does little hole.
    When you are just using a dye you can just use the tailstock with no tools in and put it up against it.

  • Blake Campf
    Blake Campf 22 days ago

    Anyone notice the Grant Thompson vacumn chamber]