I picked up the TAZ3 about a year ago after reading lots of glowing reviews on it at the time. Some how, I have never produced a ‘great’ looking product off the TAZ. i have done some smaller stuff that has turned out great, we’ve coverted it to metal mass productiion and we are away.
So today here is what I’m up to. I found a .igs of a 1911 handgun frame. I want to fill in parts of the frame to the point they are normally sold as 80% lowers at gun show, meaning you need to finish the work yourself.
I have a ghost gunner. Which is a subtractive 3d Milling machine. For taking the 20% of material from 80% lower receivers. I just need some tips on why my prints come out as such shit. I’m using IC3D ABS Black 3mm, but I’ve been through the gamut of materials. My day job is I design ecigs, which I also use the 3D printer, a process that sped us up from weeks to hours.