Finally...! This is one of the things I've been meaning to do for a long time. I've officially put the Dyna Storm, Dyna Blaster and TR-15T Suspension Blocks up for sale (Images link to Shapeways, the website where they are for sale):
There are 3 versions: Without brace (15.99 euros), with Dyna Storm brace (17.99 euros) and one with a Dyna Blaster brace (17.99 euros). The prices mentioned are for the parts in white. They are also available in black for a small additional charge. To make the set ready for use, one must drill the hole for the suspension shaft to 3mm. Also, some material needs to be removed from the suspension arm (I'll add a picture of this soon).
If you need parts quickly, I'd consider ordering at Shapeways (and it'll probably take 1-2 weeks between your order and the arrival at your doorstep of the parts). If you have more time, just PM me and order them through me. I regularly make orders at Shapeways, so it will save you money on postage costs. Also, large and dense volume orders get discounts, so if I do one order every 6 weeks or so with all the orders, you can probably save some 20-30% on the blocks and pay less than 2 euros postage (for small orders). If ordered through me I'll prep the suspension shaft hole for you before posting. It's also possible to make bulk orders of these blocks through me.
If you have any questions or suggestions (regarding construction), post them in this topic (link).
If you have any questions regarding price, postage, service etc, please PM me.
If you want to place a TC order, please post here or PM me.
For Sale: Dyna Storm/Blaster and TR-15T Suspension Blocks (3D Printed)
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Posted 30 July 2012 - 07:04 PM
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Posted 09 August 2012 - 07:46 AM
I currently have one pair of blocks in stock of V3.01/the version in white without the braces. If anyone is interested, it costs 17.99 euros posted worldwide (through Shapeways it will set you back at least 22.28 euros due to shipping costs). Also, this pair has had the holes drilled to 3mm, so it doesn't need any work other than assembly onto the car on arrival.
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