Jonny Lee 3D printed a Pivotal seat post for his bike…
It looks like Jonny Lee has decide to try his hand at 3D printing a Pivotal seatpost for his bike. This one might not seem super complicated, but it ended up taking a few goes before it worked out the right way. Hit play to see some footage from the printing process, along with some riding footage he got in after he got the post on his bike. It’s a fairly basic part that doesn’t see a ton of abuse, but does get some wear and tear when riding, and it looks like it held out fine.
“Printed using the Monoprice Maker Select V2 (trash) with a metallic PETG filament. (not trash, but with this printer becomes trash) It’s supposed to be pretty strong stuff, so I hear.
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