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    I have my 3D printer set to arrive tomorrow. Most of the reason I bought it is so I could design and manufacture parts that go on my cars when I do my custom projects.
    Has anyone used 3D printed parts inside of a lamp on here? I assume it would need to be done with ABS or ASA, because PLA won't stand up to the heat inside of a headlight.

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    Search for posts by Bandit Runner He 3D printed complete housings
    Originally posted by HK45
    I don't even look to see what Eddie writes anymore. I'm too busy staring at his avatar.

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      Originally posted by Eddie View Post
      Search for posts by Bandit Runner He 3D printed complete housings
      I saw- and i drooled. How awesome. I am trying to understand what material is best to 3D print from. It's got to be ASA or ABS. PLA would never hold up.

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        High quality ABS works great for multiple retrofit applications via 3D printing.

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          Originally posted by retroworkslighting View Post
          High quality ABS works great for multiple retrofit applications via 3D printing.
          can you give suggestions on ABS filament? I am new to 3d printing.

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