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Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Interior Modifications Forum [GEN 1]' started by Jhollowell, Aug 10, 2020.

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  1. Jhollowell

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    I printed a spacer for my coffee mug so it fits better in the cup holder and doesn’t bounce around. Also hydro dipped the chrome trim and switch panel

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    You should hydro dip your cup holder.
     
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    could you share the design
     
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    Send me your email and i can get you the stp file


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    Nice job on the hydrodipping. Do you not have the OEM inserts for your cupholders?
     
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    thank you , the cup insert came out great
     
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    Good job on the cup holder, did you design in yourself? What printer are you using? Also, out of curiosity, what year Raptor? I have a '19 but it has the spring loaded tabs to adjust to different sized cups.

    Edit: Using Tapatalk so I answered my own question as I backed out of this thread, I see you have a Gen 1 so different model/design.
     
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    Glad it worked out for you!!


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    Thanks man. I did design it myself and i printed it on an ender 3. It took a few iterations to get the fit just right. It’s a 2011 raptor


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    That's awesome! The Ender is such a steal for the performance you can get. I'm always looking for practical uses to find the excuse to print something out.

    I'm pretty novice with Fusion 360 so I generally prefer open source files if I can find what I need and tweak it in Slic3r before attempting to design it.

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