OBD2 port cover

Discussion in 'Generation 4 - General Discusson' started by skyshadow07, Mar 25, 2020.

  1. fordfanstan

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    Could you include a small loop (lanyard attachment) so a small cable could be attached? Like the small loop on the end of your car key fob to attach a key ring. Then this could be attached to the harness or trim panel around the port. So it doesn’t fall and get lost or dealership just takes it or forgets to put it back if they remove it.
     
  2. skyshadow07

    skyshadow07 On a mission to get below 4000lbs

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    You want a loop on the OBD port? Sure, that's no big deal.
     
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    7" is the size of the trunk emblem. No camera. It's 2.8" x 7".
     
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    skyshadow07 On a mission to get below 4000lbs

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    I can add more material to the corner you want drilled. Or I can add a 'drilled' hole to a corner.
     
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    Would you share the STL file for this?
     
  7. skyshadow07

    skyshadow07 On a mission to get below 4000lbs

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    Eehhh, that's kind of a no-no in the drafter world. Once you release a design STL or OBJ into the world, you can not control it at all. Especially with mesh programs becoming so impressive, an STL does not stop design changes anymore. I'm by no means trying to make gobs of money off this design but it is my work and I would like to keep that under my control.

    Are you looking to print it yourself? I may slice for you and send a 3drem file or something.
     
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    We're doing some Coronavirus relief work at work (won't go into details). Long story short, we need labels printed. The EPS we sent the printer had a jacked up logo. The printer fixed it and sent a PDF back for approval. Our design team tried to get them to send the corrected files back "for our records". The printer resent the PDF.

    It's obviously not her first rodeo.

    Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
     
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    No worries, I get it. Yes, I would print it myself. A sliced file wouldn't work unless you sliced with my settings for my printer. I appreciate it though. I could always model one up. I like the idea, so kudos for that! I'll have to add it to the list of things to print.
     
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    skyshadow07 On a mission to get below 4000lbs

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    It's pretty straight forward. I used my HP tuner plug as a template to measure from.
     
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    skyshadow07 On a mission to get below 4000lbs

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    I would be interested in one, please advise the cost for black on black SHO raised letters?
    Thank you
     
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    skyshadow07 On a mission to get below 4000lbs

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    Sent out a few orders today. I want to thank the guys that sent a little more than $10. With wasted prints (delaminations, print pulls/fails, detail corrections etc) I'll probably make out even haa. I currently have 7 failed prints sitting on my desk... this is the beast of prototyping.
     
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    skyshadow07 On a mission to get below 4000lbs

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    New colors arrived..

    4 Metallic Colors: Metal Golden-Metal Silver-Metal Bronze-Metal Copper

    10 Transparent Colors: Nature-Transparent Sky Blue-Transparent Purple-Transparent Red-Transparent Orange Transparent Lime Green-Transparent Yellow-Transparent Green-Transparent Rose Red-Transparent Sapphire Blue

    18 Solid Colors: White-Black-Dark Grey-Light Grey-Chocolate-Yellow-Lime Green-Dark Green-Sky Blue Cyan-Orange-Pink-Violet- Red-Army Green-Rose Red-Light Orange-Sapphire Blue
     
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    OK, how I make payment?
     
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    I got my cover yesterday. Good Stuff. I cant wait to pop that on the SHO when I go and get some recall work done.
     
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    Got mine too. Gave it a test fit and all is well. Thanks again.
     
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    skyshadow07 On a mission to get below 4000lbs

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    I hope the level of detail is to your liking. As we spoke, I only have a 0.4 nozzle currently. A 0.2 would have made insane detail.
     
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    Sure, I wasn’t expecting injection molded plastic. I kinda like the printed line texture when it’s uniform.
     
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    I think they are awesome.
     

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