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Hey guys, I design 3D printable Fiero parts. by tonystark29
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Collection of all the parts I've made so far.

You're welcome to use the files and make your own parts if you have access to a 3D printer. I have more designs that I'm currently working on, including a redesigned shifer console with cupholders, gauge cluster housings, and remakes of more stock parts. If you have any recommendations for stuff you'd like to see, let me know!
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I think it’s really cool you do this stuff! I like designing too, which program do you use? I use blender but don’t have a printer.

Keep up the good work!
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Originally posted by copperhens:

I think it’s really cool you do this stuff! I like designing too, which program do you use? I use blender but don’t have a printer.

Keep up the good work!


Thanks! I use mainly Autodesk's stuff. I wish I knew Blender; people make some really cool stuff with it. I probably should learn it, because surfacing by wireframe takes a really long time.

If you're into DIY stuff, FDM 3D printers are very affordable nowadays, the Ender 3 is like $200 and the material/filament is cheap. Mine has paid for itself many times over in useful stuff I've made, not just for my Fiero.

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Son of a PLA ... very timely! I've been fiddling with doing my own scoop,but it's harder than it looks to draw those things up. This saves me a ton of time, thanks!

I did do up little panels to replace the ashtrays that fit mini electrical switches for the front camera, that sort of thing. The cup holder idea is fantastic, though -- I presume that would require printing in multiple pieces? (Unless you have a printer with GIANT print volume.)

(Also really dig the blank version without the "Holley" wording as I like subtle )

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Great to see more and more of these parts. The center console frame in particular would be perfect to print and then stretch vinyl over.

I've actually been working on a bezel myself for 00-02 GM window switches. Few test prints in and almost there.

Nicely done!

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Fuse box cover?
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very... Very.... VERY COOL!

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Originally posted by tonystark29:

Collection of all the parts I've made so far.

You're welcome to use the files and make your own parts if you have access to a 3D printer. I have more designs that I'm currently working on, including a redesigned shifer console with cupholders, gauge cluster housings, and remakes of more stock parts. If you have any recommendations for stuff you'd like to see, let me know!


Anything your making for sale?

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You can order stuff printed with the design from several places.
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Typically, I order my 3D prints from:
https://www.axisproto.com/

For plastic, I usually order with the SLA or SLS process.
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I really dig the USB outlets for the center console! I'd love to see one that looks stock and maybe adds a small switch to jump the aldl connector to get engine codes without taking the cover off.

Seriously man nice work... I've no idea how to do any of that stuff.
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Hey Tony

Very cool stuff! I sell high end 3D metal printers, send me a PM and I may be able to help you get some metal parts made once in a while

Where in Ontario are you?

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Here's 2 parts I've done:

A pillar trim clips:
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2030247

Pontiac badge for rear:
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2107430

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The OP's parts look great. Just goes to show how 3 D printers are changing our life. Its now become possible to make small quantities of discontinued or unavailable components but the investment in hardware and software is significant. I saw in a video that Jay Lenos garage mechanics make many of the parts used on Jay's antique car restorations. Having a new source for unavailable Fiero parts would be valuable..

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on that holley scoop think you can have it say 3800 instead of holley?
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Originally posted by dremu:

Son of a PLA ... very timely! I've been fiddling with doing my own scoop,but it's harder than it looks to draw those things up. This saves me a ton of time, thanks!

I did do up little panels to replace the ashtrays that fit mini electrical switches for the front camera, that sort of thing. The cup holder idea is fantastic, though -- I presume that would require printing in multiple pieces? (Unless you have a printer with GIANT print volume.)

(Also really dig the blank version without the "Holley" wording as I like subtle )

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Glad to hear it'll be used! That's awesome! I've also made a switchplate that fits in the ashtray This images is larger than 153600 bytes. Click to view.. I'd like to see what you've come up with too!

I'm having a little trouble redesigning the front center console (shiftplate) to fit adequately sized cupholders though. Even with the full skeleton removed, there's just not enough depth and room to fit them in a decent location. There is one small area where a single cupholder would fit behind the shifter where the right window switch currently is, but having a cup there would make it in the way of shifting. The center spine is in the way to have it anywhere else. The rear center console may be the best bet for integrated cupholders.

If I continue with the front console redesign, I would make the housing in seperate peices that clip together, and then I'd wrap it in vinyl. Also I'm designing something simple for a cupholder right now, just to have a temporary solution. It will just be an insert that fits in the ashtray cavity. The cupholders will rest off to the side of the console housing.

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on that holley scoop think you can have it say 3800 instead of holley?


Sure! I'm making it now. I'll post it in the folder whern I'm done. It'll be the last file in the folder. Link to the scoop.

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Originally posted by airwrench:

Here's 2 parts I've done:

A pillar trim clips:
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2030247

Pontiac badge for rear:
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2107430


Looks great, I'll print them off if I ever need them, thanks for sharing!
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Thanks for the file

ever thought about doing the radio surround as well the cap that goes around for both the gt gauges and non gt gauges.
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Originally posted by mmeyer86gt/gtp:

Thanks for the file

ever thought about doing the radio surround as well the cap that goes around for both the gt gauges and non gt gauges.



My current audio is all stock so I want to upgrade it when I'm able to. When I do, I'll probably invest some time into duplicating the original hardware and making aftermarket speaker plates/boxes. Somebody already made some on Thingiverse IIRC.

Dash/gauge plates, and housings, absolutely. In fact, I took most of the dash assembly from a scrapped '87 so I don't have to take mine apart to measure everything lol. If you've noticed, a lot of my posts on Thingiverse are exact duplicates of the stock parts. I have access to a few 3D scanners that I usually use to verify that my hand-measuring is accurate. All the files that I upload are CAD-made though because 3D scanning just gives you a lot of surfaces that take forever to close all the gaps to make into a workable solid, and picks up all the post-process defects that you don't want in your model. Great for checking though. There are no other online models or catalogues of any of the actual stock Fiero parts, so I want to make that happen for people who need exact dimensions of their car without having to actually tear apart their car to get them.

All the aftermarket stuff like the redesign of the side scoop is designed in mind for 3D printing. So I'll make a lot of that stuff too, which will be the most practical of them.
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awesome stuff man!!
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the quality of these 3d printing models are excellent. i have been making stuff for my Ontario friends and they love it. some of the clips did break but it all comes down to the type of plastic you use to improve durability.
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you wouldn't happen to have the .stp file for the fiero logo would ya? i would love to put it on one of our milling machines and make it out of 6061T4 .
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Since I only needed the one switch, I hid mine under the existing ashtray cover:



Generally I leave it in Auto, where the backup camera comes on in reverse, but I can force the front camera if I'm worried about hitting a bollard.

The insert itself is a convoluted mess to fit in place of the factory metal piece.



And then there's the two-color label for the switch:



You can easily fit two of the mini switches in there, maybe more if you go sideways as yours did.

Anyway, some more ideas. Honestly, this prolly doesn't require a printer, could do it with a piece of ABS from the local plastic place if you're patient and good with the Dremel. I just like to have fun with the printer

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Hey I just saw that cupholder- Brilliant! Any way I could get one of those? (For less than a million...?)
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Tony... might you consider doing the center console panel without the lighter plug? Just a bunch of USB ports?
I removed my lighter socket, and placed a metal cap in the hole; then spliced in a cable that goes to the front, with a bunch of power outlets under the glove box I added.

Edit - FWIW... the 2016 and newer Miatas have removable cupholders that either clip to the right side of the console, or snap into sockets on the rear of the center console, between the seats. Not saying I need anything like that (I'm content to just stuff my drink bottles between the dash pod and center pod.) Just food for thought.

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Be awesome if someone could do up some t-top end caps.

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would need a nice scanner and a tester for that
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Originally posted by mmeyer86gt/gtp:

would need a nice scanner and a tester for that


I "may soon" access to one of these - would this work? https://www.creaform3d.com/...3d-scanner-metrascan

Of course I only have 1 side to scan (can a mirror image be easily done?) and one is a bit broken...
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its much easier to scan fully functional parts that are like new and print. You can get broken parts it just takes more time to fit and finish. I just purchased a printer that i can now make big prints happen it will show up in 2-3 weeks after initial tests.
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I'm jumping in late on this one -- anyone have a file for the Console Tray? I'd love one, but no way I'm paying $40 for one.
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Hi Tony,


Any chance you could split up that Console Frame into 4 parts with glue-able dovetail joints. So I could print them out on my Flashforge. and then glue the 4 corners back together ?

thanks for all the work you have done so far on these parts.

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Hey Tony,

I took to Fusion360 and chopped up the console cover into 4 dovetailed parts so they would fit into my Flashforge. Here is how it has turned out so far:








I'll post up a pic of it completely assembled, filled and sanded.

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nice job on the division i just bought a bigger printer to print these when i needed them. i use 2 ender 5+
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This is really cool stuff. I always wanted a 3d printer. This post is bumping it up my list of things to buy.

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Originally posted by Fiero Thomas:

This is really cool stuff. I always wanted a 3d printer. This post is bumping it up my list of things to buy.



They are more affordable and easier to use than ever ... If you are interested, It's definitely worth getting one, Just think of what you'd like to create, and then just make sure the bed size is larger than that.
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