Originally Posted by theDangerz
and the mount is just one more multiple metals and moving parts
object never intended for this lifestyle/habitat thatís rusting out.
Since getting into 3d printing on a whim about 4 years ago, 3d printing has basically turned into my default approach.
Missing shelf pins from my 60 year old mid-century furniture? 3d print it!
Better option for relay base mounts for a my 40 year old sports car? 3d print it! (I've sold
over 600 of these since and paid for the printer many times over)
A way to hold 4 ramekins in my slightly undersize steamer for poached eggs? 3d print it!
Need a tool to hold a straight edge to check cam sprocket parallelization on a Porsche long block rebuild
.? Well you guess it.
The list goes on.
I was planning on designing and printing an all-plastic mount for the TV, there are some VERY strong (and UV resistant) plastics available.
But, its a lot of work
and time to properly design something. Has anyone found an all-plastic mount that actually works well?