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  1. my66s55 added a post in a topic 59 Plymouth vert with some 3d printed parts   

    Here is the pattern I created from a screen shot of a 59 Plymouth door panel jpeg:

    I just printed it out, cut it to fit and glued it on the seats and door panels.
  2. my66s55 added a post in a topic 59 Plymouth vert with some 3d printed parts   

    Bill, They are, believe me or not. not decals. Let me find where I put them and I'll message you a copy. If I cant find them, I'll recreate a file for you.
  3. my66s55 added a post in a topic 59 Plymouth vert with some 3d printed parts   

    This project has been shelved since, well, pretty much since the last post. What happened was that I unknowingly left the body in 91% alcohol overnight. As you can guess, complete disaster. Last week, I scored a perfect Excel hard top on the bay and received it Saturday. Today I have a beautiful resin copy I cast and am now ready to finish this project.
  4. my66s55 added a post in a topic My Chrysler A 318 poly head engine 3d printed at home   

    The blocks have the same dimensions, but other differences. You would also need the poly heads, valve covers and intake. Be patient, you'll get the proper engine for your Dodge truck.  
  5. my66s55 added a post in a topic My Chrysler A 318 poly head engine 3d printed at home   

    The difference between the image size and stl. outline seen in the front view is due to adjustments made to compensate for resin shrinkage and printer calibration. After the block was printed, it was checked against the 340 LA engine in the 71 Duster. Same size. 
  6. my66s55 added a post in a topic My Chrysler A 318 poly head engine 3d printed at home   

    Since I knew that the A & LA engines were the same size wise, I used the LA block pic's in the LA folder to LA engine folder as background images to create the stl. file:



  7. my66s55 added a post in a topic My Chrysler A 318 poly head engine 3d printed at home   

    So because of this I would bet the 392 block would be pretty close the same length of that Poly is its done right as they were built to interchange! There was only 2 Poly-Head block that were unable to interchange with Hemi Heads, the 277 and the 318..... And there was only ONE Hemi block that Poly Heads weren't made for, and that was the 392...... Just because the deck height of the 392 block was higher and that makes the need to have a different intake!
    The 277 & 318 Are A engines. My engine is an A engine. Per your on words, the heads won't fit. In creating a usable 3d file, mega research has to be done in order to make it as precise and accurate as you can. Here is the contents of my poly engine folder:
     



  8. my66s55 added a post in a topic Opinions; temporary glue   

    I use Aleene's Tacky Glue. The quick dry sets fast and is easy to disassemble the parts. It just peels off the part also. 
  9. my66s55 added a post in a topic My Chrysler A 318 poly head engine 3d printed at home   

    The Chrysler 392 hemi is a long engine measuring 30" and won't work. The A engine is inches shorter.  To compensate for the shortness of the poly A engine, the heads were designed with the upper most part holding the rocker assembly larger than the deck length of the block. The LA engines are most likely longer. Here are the 318 A engine poly heads:


    Here is the poly engine using the old poly heads.

  10. my66s55 added a post in a topic Apple Barrel acrylics   

    I use Apple Barrel a lot. Brush and spray it. Flat and gloss both. Works well for me. The body on this 40 Ford sedan delivery was Apple Barrel sprayed on and coated with Future..

  11. my66s55 added a post in a topic My Chrysler A 318 poly head engine 3d printed at home   

    The Christine had the B engine with wedge heads. This is the A engine with poly heads.
  12. my66s55 added a post in a topic My Chrysler A 318 poly head engine 3d printed at home   

    Which block are you thinking of using? Tell me so that I can check to see if it will work.
  13. my66s55 added a post in a topic My Chrysler A 318 poly head engine 3d printed at home   

    What cad program did you use?
    Blender
    If you make a 2-bbl intake for this, put me down for at least 2-3 of these.
    I'll make the manifold and either Carter ball & ball or DDB carb. Maybe both.
    Will there be transmission or is the idea to use the 300C unit?
    I used the 300 trans as it is available now.
     
  14. my66s55 added a post in a topic My Chrysler A 318 poly head engine 3d printed at home   

    I see it a little differently. The big hangup is the creation of the files. The printer I made and use as is the one Joseph of Fire ball Model works use u.v. resin cured by light from a d.l.p. projector. Within the last 2 months, 2 Chinese companies have released a desktop printer using l.e.d light projected through an l.c.d. panel.   One retails for $620 and $690 while the other sells for $399. They are however, not plug and play yet. I created this engine out of a need I have for a certain build and because someone else expressed a desire for one. I think people will have a printer and either be able to purchase files on line or have a third party create them.  As far as my investment into this particular project, it breaks down as the following. Time spent creating files: 60 - 80 hrs. It take about 10 minutes to load the file into the print program, slice it and start the printer. I don't have to babysit the printer. When it is done, 10 minutes to detach it from the build platform.  5 minutes to put it into a container of water and take it outside for 15 plus minutes of post curing by the sun. 10-15 minutes to bring it back inside and remove and build supports. It takes about 27 hrs of total print time to print this engine. About $25 of u.v. resin was used. I would much rather make the files available than go through creating resin copies. A lot less time consuming and less headache.
     
  15. my66s55 added a post in a topic My Chrysler A 318 poly head engine 3d printed at home   

    Here is the complete engine minus the air cleaners. The are cleaners are 90% complete. I have not sanded some parts such as the bottom of the air cleaners for perfect fit. The AMT Chrysler 300 A488 mates up perfectly. I need to know who is interested in a resin copy of this engine and if so, which intake manifold and carb and which year. There are 20 pcs. to this engine.





    This is the real deal in a 59 Plymouth.