I got some TPU filament to print some parts for my Quadcopter. After i was pretty amazed by the stability and behaviour of this material i got the idea to print some softmounts for my Flightcontroller to get rid of vibrations. The first parts where hard to print because i used a 0.4mm nozzle and some important walls were 0.3mm thick, nearly impossible with a 0.4nozzle. But they worked, not as good as i wanted but still ok… A day later i thought… you could use a smaller nozzle and print better softmounts…i did…printed those (pic1-3) with a 0.2nozzle and they work great.
Then a friend asked for some softmounts too, but he is using bigger softmounts so i got another idea… Printing M3 softmounts with inner and outer thread… I did that too… or still doing…need to tweak my printer a lil bit better…*I already made another 3dmodel, the pictures show my old designs.
The picture with only the outer thread was my last testprint and it works very good.
The last picture are different testprints screwed together. Threads this small are rly hard to print well and they probably would look and work alot better with a more stable printer than my stock AnetA8 (no printed parts for stability its just that cheap printer with acrylic frame) but im impressed by the results i got only from tweaking the settings.
Layerheigths are 0.04mm probably going to test 0.03mm.