200A and 202 reproduction
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SloMetalDoc
I work waaaay to much, so put in for a last minute vacation day today to decompress and catch up on some cleaning and random crap.

Some of that random crap was finishing fine-tuning knobs and 222 Vault 3D print jobs I have been working on.  It was a pretty good day.  Feel free to send me a PM if you see anything you might be interested in.  Getting close to setting prices and ordering more 3D printer goo...

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JimL
Way cool!  Those translucent fount safes are the cats meow!

-Jim

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trapper
Nick you are the mad scientist of Coleman. That's some great work. When you get a price on those 222 safes let me no and I will gladly take one off your hands. 
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SloMetalDoc

trapper wrote:
Nick you are the mad scientist of Coleman. That's some great work. When you get a price on those 222 safes let me no and I will gladly take one off your hands. 


Ha... maybe... my coworker calls me Pickle Rick...

What color are you interested in?

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rob_pontius
I see some good looking replacement parts there. Those safes are really cool also. Awesome work.
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bowenstudios
JimL wrote:
Way cool!  Those translucent fount safes are the cats meow!


I'll second that the translucent ones are great! I want one and I dont even have a 222 lantern yet. Of course I want one of those too. They don't seem to show up around here. Although the only lantern my dad ever bought new is a dual fuel one, could go to him.
-Mike
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SloMetalDoc
The 222 vaults also fit 505 stoves... for, perhaps, a spice kit‽ 

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GeraldJP
You've got mad printer skills my friend, I'll be interested to see when you post prices. Thanks for sharing.
Gerald

"If we are to have any hope for the future, those who have lanterns must pass them on to others." - Plato
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fuel brained
What would you sell the parts safe for the peak 1 222 lantern for?? I'd be in for 2 at lease. they look too cool.
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SloMetalDoc
What would you sell the parts safe for the peak 1 222 lantern for?? I'd be in for 2 at lease. they look too cool.


Appreciate it - still working on pricing - which color would you be interested in?  Right now I have the Black / Yellow and Green pictured.  A grey one is printing now, but that one requires ~2x the printing time in the booger juicer.
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Deanofid
WOW!  Those parts look great, man!  You should take a poll on the need for HGP knobs.  Or, do what ever you want.  You're golden!
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jhutc13
Awesome job Nick!! 
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HwyChef
I have a question about the safe: would there be a higher risk of condensation leading to rust? Or are there breather holes? I love the idea, but just thinking about the "side effects.
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25 502s
JimL wrote:
Way cool!


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Jason
not looking for any more Bday gpas. Honestly, if you have a 10-72 don’t let me know about it.
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SloMetalDoc
Are HGP knobs an issue?  By far, Black resin is easier, i actually have to custom pigment each lot of maroon resin due to the limited colors available. 

I’ve made knobs with printed in splines, and they are functional, i do worry a bit if they originally had metal splined inserts. will have to look at my HGP tonight. 

Deanofid wrote:
WOW!  Those parts look great, man!  You should take a poll on the need for HGP knobs.  Or, do what ever you want.  You're golden!
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SloMetalDoc
The safe isn’t sealed, it’s actually stuck to the bottom on 6 magnets, and the OD has plenty of clearance.  But can’t answer the question with any absolute certainty...Most of my 222’a are repainted...I’m leaving two as-is until i remake the decals!

HwyChef wrote:
I have a question about the safe: would there be a higher risk of condensation leading to rust? Or are there breather holes? I love the idea, but just thinking about the "side effects.
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SteveRetherford
how about some 220 B square hole wheels / those are pretty hard to find now a days .
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SloMetalDoc
Got a picture? 🙂

in the end end the best method is if i have one in hand, assuming they are NOT identical in other ways to later modes. If they are basically the same as later 200 knobs except with the square hole, that’s easy if someone can mic the square dimension. 

how about some 220 B square hole wheels / those are pretty hard to find now a days .
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Mwk1975
I would be interested in a black 222 safe.
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SteveRetherford
ya , thats it , it just has a square hole instead of splines
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trapper
SloMetalDoc wrote:


Ha... maybe... my coworker calls me Pickle Rick...

 

What color are you interested in?



I'll send you a PM in the near future. I like the idea of a safe on the 505.
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SloMetalDoc
only if you tell me your favorite hot sauce. 😉

trapper wrote:


I'll send you a PM in the near future. I like the idea of a safe on the 505.
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goodwrench00
Cool stuff!
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Deanofid
SloMetalDoc wrote:
Are HGP knobs an issue? 

I'm not sure.  I've seen them asked for in the classifieds in the past, but don't know if there is an actual shortage.  That's why I suggested a poll.  Or, ask Warren if he knows of a need for them.  Your work looks great, and if there is a want of a certain thing, (like possibly HGP knobs) it would be good to know of it.
Dean -Midnight Kerosene Ritualist--http://www.deansmachine.com  ICCC #1220.   275 commiseration #0018.
"In Him was life, and His life was the Light of men."  John 1:4
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SloMetalDoc
I used my HGP Knob and generated a CAD model this afternoon and i'll get it into the printer later this week.  I'm curious how well the printed-plastic splines will hold up, but it could be a valuable tool to prevent breaking the stem! 🙂

Deanofid wrote:

I'm not sure.  I've seen them asked for in the classifieds in the past, but don't know if there is an actual shortage.  That's why I suggested a poll.  Or, ask Warren if he knows of a need for them.  Your work looks great, and if there is a want of a certain thing, (like possibly HGP knobs) it would be good to know of it.
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outlawmws
So I have to ask;  when will you do a safe for  242 and 275 founts?  (Probably more interested in the 242 personally;  my only 275 is a frank 24275, and lives in a custom built box....)
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SloMetalDoc
Hmm... let me check my 242C diameter - do you happen to know the diameter of the 275 Fount?

outlawmws wrote:
So I have to ask;  when will you do a safe for  242 and 275 founts?  (Probably more interested in the 242 personally;  my only 275 is a frank 24275, and lives in a custom built box....)
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SloMetalDoc
Right now looks like the 242 is out of my build-volume on my current booger printer, but I'm planning on procuring a larger one sometime early next year.  That would also cover 200 and almost certainly 275 sized safes.  And allow me to print multiple at a time!

The bigger issue with the 242 is that the fount is brass!  So the magnet strategy that I used on the 222 needs to be revisited.

outlawmws wrote:
So I have to ask;  when will you do a safe for  242 and 275 founts?  (Probably more interested in the 242 personally;  my only 275 is a frank 24275, and lives in a custom built box....)
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outlawmws
The body of the founts (except wartime) is Brass, but the bottoms are always steel - this was needed for strength so they didn't "POP" (out), under pressure.

The 275 is over 6" (which is what the 220/228 2 mantle series founts are)
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“A Human Being should be able to change a diaper, plan an invasion, butcher a hog, conn a ship, design a building, write a sonnet, balance accounts, build a wall, set a bone, comfort the dying, give orders, take orders, cooperate, act alone, solve equations, analyze a new problem, pitch manure, program a computer, cook  a tasty meal, fight efficiently, die gallantly.  Specialization is for insects.”            - Lazarus Long


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Gunhippie
Doc: I just measured the square end of a 220B valve shaft. The square end is tapered over about 0.275 inches. Across the flats it is 0.175" at the narrow end and 0.190" at the base.

I believe I have a fouled-up 220B shaft I could send you. The square end is in fine shape.

Have you made any of those safes for a 200? I'd be interested in a couple if you do--translucent red would look great, but so would black.

Dean: Better watch out! Once the Doc here figures out metal printing, you might be out of a job! 😉
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Deanofid
Someone's got to take over when I fall off the twig, Timm!
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outlawmws
you ain't goin nowhere Dean!  ðŸ‘
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“A Human Being should be able to change a diaper, plan an invasion, butcher a hog, conn a ship, design a building, write a sonnet, balance accounts, build a wall, set a bone, comfort the dying, give orders, take orders, cooperate, act alone, solve equations, analyze a new problem, pitch manure, program a computer, cook  a tasty meal, fight efficiently, die gallantly.  Specialization is for insects.”            - Lazarus Long


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25 502s
Deanofid wrote:
Someone's got to take over when I fall off the twig, Timm!


Dean you need an apprentice so in 40 years they can take over. 
Jason
not looking for any more Bday gpas. Honestly, if you have a 10-72 don’t let me know about it.
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SloMetalDoc
200 safes are not doable on my current resin printers due to its relatively small size. I’m planning on buying a larger one next year when the second generation large formats are released.  I did make a prototype with my filament printer but resin will look MUCH better IMO. 

Metal printing. Hehe, I deal with it all the time in a professional sense, but entry into those machines is much more steep - money wise!  I do have a few fiber lasers at home that can do metal printing, but have yet to build that machine. One day when i get time!

Gunhippie wrote:
Doc: I just measured the square end of a 220B valve shaft. The square end is tapered over about 0.275 inches. Across the flats it is 0.175" at the narrow end and 0.190" at the base.

I believe I have a fouled-up 220B shaft I could send you. The square end is in fine shape.

Have you made any of those safes for a 200? I'd be interested in a couple if you do--translucent red would look great, but so would black.

Dean: Better watch out! Once the Doc here figures out metal printing, you might be out of a job! 😉
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SteveRetherford
i recieved a 242K tip cleaner wheel today . looks real good to me . thanks Nick !!!! steve
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Gand28
I got the 238B knobs today as well.  They look great.  Need to make some time to fit it and a repop disk on the 238B...And Cigar Mike said I would never find a 238B knob!  lol
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