Marzocchi SHIVER forks are USD forks and they have protectors in the bottom to protect the stanchions. Easy to crash them, hard to get replacements!👀

But having a 3D model and some .stl data file you can easy reprint it using your material of choice and even in the colour you like!!🤣🙏✨🔧🤙

That’s a posting I did @ FB a few minutes ago :

FB Logo Dr-Mar Zocchi
Working on SHIVER Protectors!⚡🤙

Not that much possibilities in reproduction options :
– I don’t like the carbon laminating ones (just my personal opion),
– building moulds is fkn expensive for such single parts productions,👀 so
– 3D printing is an usefull and interesting alternative.✨
Finaly my buddy Piotr Dąbrowski sold me one protector, thanks!🔧🤙
Lots of 3D printing materials are available, e.g. Onyx, which has better material properties than the original ones used in mass Pressure Die Casting.
And isn’t that easy : If you break it, you can simply print a new one. 🤣✨🙏
Another main advantage : You can print it in a colour you want!!🙏🤣
I’d prefer to print it verticaly, which avoids the typical low level ‘stairs’ from layer thickness and minimizes parts support construction and building time.
But you need a 3D printer which can be print 279,5mm height!
If you don’t have it, you need to print horizontal, which needs a lot of parts support construction = lots of material and time.
Probably it need a little water grinding in post processing and some new stickers. Stickers are fkn expensive (30-40€ a pair), which is not acceptable.
I’m thinking about selling the 3D Data File .STL for a little fee including a cheaper SHIVER sticker, that make’s it a usable product to sell!!?✨🥇🖖


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