This is how it turned out


birch 144 scale goblet Nanotray

And below see the lathe in action at the Starbucks table:

2 thoughts on “This is how it turned out

    • Hi Marney,

      With every printer being different it would be somewhat difficult to describe how to take them apart, but any motor (or use a dremel/jobmate/any brand rotary tool and tape it to a piece of wood that you then clamp to the table. Use dowel from the dollar store for blanks: most rotary tools come with a 3/32″ and 1/8″ collet, for use with dowel those sizes.
      Do say Hi to Steve Fairbarn at Tetra.

      Maarten

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