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Hey man just got the shinji mask any advice on the best way to print it?

Hey Cody, so depends on your printer's print volume. With a model this big, it is usually best to slice it up and print in sections, then glue them together after. If printing in one piece, rotate the model and print upside down (such that the top is resting on the print bed).

I purchased the MECH-A2 Robotic Hand I was wondering if you can supply the code to operate it. thanks Norm

Sure thing, I can share some code.
Send me an email yurican612@gmail.com

My friend really wants this mask. However he doesn't have a 3d printer. He recently asked me to make this mask for him and his is willing to pay me to make the mask. Now, I wanted to ask you if that is ok, because I didn't say to him it would have to cost him, but with that in mind it could help me pay for my filament that I use. Please understand I well understand what u decide and not try to negotiate on your decision on this. Im really new to this and I really don't want to be sued or have anything negative happen to me because of this. Also if possible could you let me know what program your using to make things, because the only thing I can use to make 3d projects in Windows 3D builder.

Hello. Thanks for stopping by.
As long as you guys have purchased the 3d files from me and do not share the files with others, I have no issues. Feel free to email me at yurican612@gmail.com to discuss creating 3d designs :)

Ok thank you,

Hi! So I recently got the Shinsou mask design, my brother is 3d printing it but is having a hard time printing a few of the pieces. He thinks the print is for being printed with 3d resin. He is also fairly new to 3d printing so I just want to double check to see if you knew what could be wrong or if you have any ideas? I believe he is printing it on a enderpro.

Hi! All the parts can be printed on a regular FDM type 3D printer. May just need to orient them with your slicer tool to get them level on the bed. Shoot me an email with details on which parts in particular you guys are struggling to print and I'll help you out. yurican612@gmail.com

Hey Mike!

I think you are asking mainly about the screw and post pairs of which 3 are used per finger. The sizes are called out in the manual under General Instructions - Hints.
The Posts are 5mm in diameter and 16mm in length.
I see mention of M2 screws in your message, there are M2 screws of a few different lengths used and called out in the different sections. I used full threaded screws for those.
The only screw and post combo or pair is the 5mm diameter and 16mm length. Here is what they look like for example https://www.amazon.com/Aluminum-Chicago-Screws-Screw-Posts/dp/B003O9ISP8?tag=cults0d-20

Let me know via the email listed on page 45 if you have any more questions you want to discuss in detail.

Have fun! :)

Hey! I’m almost done printing all of the files for the robotic hand, but I’m not sure what size screw and post pairs are needed? It lists them in the hardware, but I didn’t see the sizes for them. I assume you used M2 size screw/posts, but wasn’t sure what thread lengths you used.

Thank you again!