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    Nice. Could you please make a protective shock body sleeve, as light springs deflect and scuff the shock body.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vader View Post
    Nice. Could you please make a protective shock body sleeve, as light springs deflect and scuff the shock body.
    Go to your local electronics store and buy large heat shrink tube - works great.

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    So i this tool injection molded or just produced via SLA? I've done a lot of SLA models for prototypes but never found the resins to be strong enough for a production quality part. What resin is this tool made out of?

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    Cool! Reminds me of an electrical "wire nut".
    Where can I order a stainless steel version?
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    Quote Originally Posted by slackard View Post
    <p>The Fancy Thumb Tool for DBCoil and DBAir dampers is now On Sale!</p>

    <p>Here's the legal jazz. This is not a Cane Creek product. There is no warranty or guarantee, implied or otherwise. Enjoy at your own risk.</p>
    hey are you by chance the person producing these? I got mine today and it snapped (edit - the socket for the big knob cracked )on pretty much the first turn. Needless to say Im not very impressed

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    Quote Originally Posted by pizon View Post
    hey are you by chance the person producing these? I got mine today and it snapped (edit - the socket for the big knob cracked )on pretty much the first turn. Needless to say Im not very impressed
    Shapeways is a 3d printing service, they just print designs which you or others have created. No-one is really 'producing' them.
    If you're not happy with the design you can always upload your own. Should be pretty easy to knock up a simpler version with thicker walls.

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    OK well I wasn't sure how it worked. I guess the suggestion to the designer is to make it thicker as I don't think the current design is strong enough

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