3D Printing

Download the parts for this project on Thingiverse or Autodesk 123D Design. The original solids are available for customization so you can tweak the parts to fit your ride. The parts will print on any FDM 3D printer with a build area of 100mm x 100mm x 100mm.

PLA Material

We recommend printing the parts in PLA filament using your preferred slicing software with the recommended settings below.
neoring-adapter.stl
neoring-cap-a.stl
neoring-cap-b.stl
neoring-holder.stl
neoring-mount.stl
trinket-cover
slide-lock-clip
slide-clock-mount
neostrip-clip-h
neostrip-clip-v
PLA @230
10% Infill
0.2 Layer height
2 Shells
90/120 Speeds
No raft/support
trinket-box
support material needed

Support Material

The trinket-box.stl part has geometry that requires support material in order to print properly. We recommend using a pair of flat pliers for removing the support material.

Removal Technique

Use the pliers to get a good hold on the support material. Pinch it tightly, twist and pull it out to easily remove the support material as one whole chunck as oppose to bit by bit.
This guide was first published on Jul 15, 2014. It was last updated on Jul 15, 2014. This page (3D Printing) was last updated on Sep 17, 2019.