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WheresWaldo wrote:
Sat Jun 13, 2020 12:01 am
@Konsi,

Without knowing how exactly you designed this I can only give you some general suggestions. It looks like the wall thickness of the outer edge of the mount is too small, I can tell you that particular outside measurement is not critical, meaning the device doesn't care if it is bigger around. Make the outside diameter 1 mm larger, that will spread .5 mm all around making the smallest wall thickness 0.759 mm. The other dimention appears to be a result of the taper used for the locking arms, two things you can do here; the first is to not taper it as much, that alone might get you just over 0.3 mm, then thicken the bottom sides of the arms to that those locking tabs are 0.4 mm at their smallest edge. I am assuming the rest is correct.

That is all I can really tell you right now. The other suggestion would be to print in HP MJF PA12 only if you are going for the minimum wall thicknesses. The HP will print with a liquid binder and shorter layer heights that will provide a stronger print.
Thank you for your help! I will go over the model with my brother again (who knows the CAD stuff). I anyway had ordered in MJF PA12, but still got the feedback that it is too thin in these places.

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@Konsi
There is a material page on Shapeways (https://www.shapeways.com/materials/mul ... usion-pa12) under the tab Design Guidelines, where it specifies minimum wall thicknesses, part maximum and minimum size, and a lot of other specifications, that should help your brother design something that will be accepted for printing by Shapeways.

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@Konsi, if you are in the EU try i.Materialize they have printers in the E.U. and might be cheaper for you. They also use the MJF printers.

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Finally have a selection of D seat post mounts for Speciailzed as well as Colnago Fondriest and even a mount forthe bridge that goes across the back of a Berk saddle.

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Tarma SL7 Seat Post Varia Mounts now ready, https://www.shapeways.com/shops/revolut ... ort=newest

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Sent to me by the person who was kind enough to make the SL7 mount possible. Total weight 14g.
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I was sent this image but for the life of me I can't remember what was special about it
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WheresWaldo wrote:
Wed Sep 02, 2020 4:10 pm
I was sent this image but for the life of me I can't remember what was special about it
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Thanks Waldo! That's my pic of the garmin varia mounted under the berk saddle bridge. All nice and aero. The mount weighed 8g.

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Thanks @aeroisnteverything totally forgot about that one

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Ridley Noah seat post varia mount, now available in two styles, http://shpws.me/Sfhq

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Hi,
Does this model can work on a Prologo Scratch m5 nack?

https://www.shapeways.com/cart

On my ss6 evo 2 with 25,4 rond seatpost the other classic mount are too wide for my thigh... (and I don't see a one bolt mount for 25,4 seatpost)

Thanks for your help

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WheresWaldo wrote:
Tue Sep 01, 2020 6:15 pm
Sent to me by the person who was kind enough to make the SL7 mount possible. Total weight 14g.
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You can see his Instgram here: https://www.instagram.com/fbonde/?hl=en
Seeing as I am expecting a C64 disc frameset this week, any chance of a rear clamp version of the Garmin Varia mount like the one above for the Colnago C64?
- Michael

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ms6073 wrote:
Tue Nov 03, 2020 3:25 pm
Seeing as I am expecting a C64 disc frameset this week, any chance of a rear clamp version of the Garmin Varia mount like the one above for the Colnago C64?
Does the Disc version use the same seat post as the non-disc version? I already have this one, http://shpws.me/RYqZ.

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WheresWaldo wrote:
Tue Nov 03, 2020 4:35 pm
ms6073 wrote:
Tue Nov 03, 2020 3:25 pm
Seeing as I am expecting a C64 disc frameset this week, any chance of a rear clamp version of the Garmin Varia mount like the one above for the Colnago C64?
Does the Disc version use the same seat post as the non-disc version? I already have this one, http://shpws.me/RYqZ.
Yes, same seat post on the C64 disc.
As with the 27.2 Garmin Varia Seat Post Mount w/Rear Bolt that you designed for our Scott Solace/Contessa Solace frames, having the rear clamp is a better design with less moving parts and helps prevent wear and tear on fabric of bibshorts.
- Michael

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ms6073 wrote:
Tue Nov 03, 2020 11:24 pm
As with the 27.2 Garmin Varia Seat Post Mount w/Rear Bolt that you designed for our Scott Solace/Contessa Solace frames, having the rear clamp is a better design with less moving parts and helps prevent wear and tear on fabric of bibshorts.
I should have something tomorrow.

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