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Can I printout the head jig by 3d printer resin
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Hello good Day
Can I printout the head jig by 3d printer resin
Can you make the bullet jighead mould for 40 and 60 gramms jigs ?
Probably not with out having a hook to design off of.
VMC JIG 5150BN 6/0 13mm height x 65 mm length for the 40 gramms and 8/0 15mm height x 79mm length for the 60 gramms…. I am thinking 2x40gramms and 2x60 gramms in the same Mold if it can be done
Also if the hook sticks out of the Mold is no problem
I would need actual pictures of the hooks with a ruler in the shot like show in this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T69jDqK38Fw If that's something you can do drop me an email. (link on my website)
Ok check your email
can you use your designs for cnc alum an not 3D print
thanks Tim my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
As long as your not trying to sell actual CNC molds and they are only for personal use I don't see why not. Keep in mind I don't know how the STL's will translate to cutting CNC molds the depending on the design the vents may not be enough. I'd be interested to here how it works though.
Hi I found your youtube videos a little while ago and just found your page here. I'm a big fan of your work and have been getting into 3D printed soft plastic molds myself lately.
I need to order some new filament and wanted to know if you have ever tried printing with any specifically "high-temp" PLA filament for soft plastic bait molds? If so have you had any issues with printing it and/or have you been able to see a difference in heat resistance over standard PLA?
I have not tried High Temp PLA ... I honestly didn't know that was a thing. I use PLA+ on all of my stuff and it's been working out fine for me but I might have to look into the HT stuff.... thanks for the heads up about it.
Hello, I enjoy buying your molds. I have noticed that you have a fluke mold on your website but not here. May I buy the STL?
I haven't released that one yet but drop me an email from my site.
I im sorry for my bed english.
I was loking on your works there are very great. I want to make a mold for me(personal use) form one design of yours its about the lipless crankbait. Please can you give me a solid step file? You can reach me on email@example.com
Tank you have a great day
was wondering if you could make a 6 inch tube
Unfortunately I don't have the spare time to take on any other projects right now but I made a whole YouTube video on how I designed the tube bait.... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WSCQe7MVScA
you half ounce and 1 ounce jig mold... do you also have a 1-1/2 ounce mold? Thanks
I do not have a 1 1/2 ounce one, the 1oz is the biggest I've made. There are links to a YouTube video in the description on how I make the molds.
Hi... how will I be able to make a mold max 60 mold from this file? Am I overlooking some directions? thanks
Which mold are you referring too?
THIS IS DOC WITTMER AGAIN THIS TIME ON THE TRIPLE TAIL MOLD. PRINTED FORMS HAD A BUNCH OF MATERIAL INSIDE THE BODY THAT I COULD PRY OUT. DON'T KNOW IF THAT WAS INTENTIONAL BUT WAS NOT SEEN ON SECTION 2 BUT SAME ON SECTION 1 AND 2. ALSO THE TAIL SECTIONS ARE VERY THIN. CAN YOU MAKE THE TAILS TWICE AS THICK? I WOULD BE WILLING TO PAY EXTRA FOR STL FILE.
The thicker tail version has been uploaded for you.
The Reaper tail fishing lure mold!! What a find! Saved me a lot of time and money! Thank you for your design!
hey there i was just wondering about the top water popper how long is it thanks
Sorry for the delayed response... the popper is about 2 5/8" long.
dear sir i would love to talk on the phone with you about a project im working on that could be good for both of us !!! im not selling anything im need a service i think you could help me with concerning lures and molds . i own a tool and die shop my name is John Clouse im from batesville arkansas my cell is 870 613 0933 my offfice is 1 800 276 2550 ,, i only ask for a few minutes of your time i think we are a fit for each other call me anytime thanks
Thanks for reaching out but unfortunately I don't have time to do custom work for others right now.
Hi Steve ,I have down loaded and printed the antique well hand pump gaden fountian, I would like to thank you for the files and hard work, It will look good in my garden
One question I wood like to ask is where the filter body fits into the project
The filter was just used on the water pump I used to make water flow through the fountain. It's not really needed for a static display but you can see how I used it here https://www.theneverendingprojectslist.com/3dprintingprojects/gardenfountain/
Greetings. Could you make the open crab mold with another injection mold?
no tengo medio de como comprarte un stl
salut ca vas,
merci pour t on moulinet de peche petite question a quoi sert les cliquer merci
The clicker is part of the drag system. It keeps the spool from free spinning and causes resistance to fight the fish.
Le clicker fait partie du système de traînée. Il empêche la bobine de tourner librement et provoque une résistance pour combattre le poisson.
I love your ROV Kort Nozzle design. I would like to play with the profile a little. Is it possible to get the CAD drawing?
Sorry the CAD files are not available.
Hi. I'm a college student in Connecticut and I work in an engineering lab that uses Solidworks and Preform for 3D printing. My dad is a big fisherman and I was really wanting to print him some of your designs for a Christmas gifts. I don't know much about lures but I see you used #10 hooks and #2 split rings. I know my dad has pliers I can use when putting them together but it there anything else I need? Do you super glue the halfs together? Is there anything else I should know? Thank you so much!
Hi. I'm a college student in Connecticut and I work in an engineering lab that uses Solidworks and has a 3D printer. My dad is a big fisherman and I was really wanting to print him some of your designs for a Christmas gifts. I don't know much about lures but I see you used #10 hooks and #2 split rings. I know my dad has pliers I can use when putting them together but it there anything else I need? Do you super glue them together? Is there anything else I should know? Thank you so much!
Hey Steve, I saw after I printed one how the jig head rests inside. Problem is I do not use or have jigs that have a shaft that long. Printed the other one so I will just pour instead.
No thanks for the one with the insert, appreciate the offer!
Hey Steve, Hope all is well! I just bought and downloaded your crawfish mold. Is there suppose to be an insert for the jighead? I do not see a .stl file for it.
I don't think I uploaded the version with the little ball insert as it really didn't work out that well but if you really want it I can try to find the files.
I have brushed on both UV and BSI epoxy and got great results! You are right LOL I do not think the fish care! I am hoping the molds will last longer.
Hey Steve, just curious, have you ever coated the molds with epoxy or UV resin? I would think that it would provide an extra layer of heat resistance as well as a sheen?
It would... I haven't used epoxy/UV but I have tried high temp engine spray paint and it worked well and does add a shine to the finished baits. It can take away from any detail though but on the other hand it would cover layer lines so it depends on what your going for. Overall though I really don't do this because I don't think the fish care either way and I'm more about catching fish than fisherman.
Thanks Steve, awesome as usual! I will purchase some molds shortly and post the pics!
I don't know anything about resin printers but people have told me that it can be done with high temp resins... again this is just what I've heard.