JGAURORA A5 printing useful tools for the workshop

To download the drawings, please follow the links to thingiverse.com.

If you want to support me or if you want a discount, you can order your JGAURORA A5 with the following link:

Festool MFT-SP addon
by HilmarTheiss

Festool cable clip
by leinich

Sorting Box
by frankjoke
Start the App to customize the box

Accessoires for Quick Clamps from Bessey Festool, Piher, Juuma
by MaksDampf

Magnetic Vice Jaws
by CBiker

Systainer Cleats – Festool / Tanos T-Loc Compatible
by 123one


Henry J says:

Cool stuff

joel riley says:

Hi, what colour PLA are you using, and how close is it to Festool green?

Marcos Batistarb says:

Great, absolutely great.

Jim Coogan says:

Excellent work.

ToolsConsumables says:

Dear Sir,
Very ingenious ideas; hope you’ll have more in store for us soon. very well done. Kind regards.

John Polen says:

Thanks, this has opened up a whole new appreciation of making stuff and enjoyed the use of the lathe. What model of 3D printer are you using and do you recommend it.

Ryan G says:

Theiss, can you 3D print a replacement for the original Rapid Clamp pad? In my experience working with sheet goods, if you clamp these relatively hard, they do mark/depress your workpiece. I think if it would be possible to spread that pressure out over a larger surface area, or use a material with more give, this defect could be eliminated.

Bert Vanderveen says:

Gearbest-link not working… Nice add-ons, BTW.

kenan kurt says:

sehr cool daumen hoch

medicusdkfz says:

Hallo Theiss,

what settings in Cura do you use with your JGAurora A5? Especially the first layer (thickness, height, cooling, …) and the speed settings? You can also mail (pierreETbranitzkiPUNKTde). Ich bin ausserdem auf der Suche nach einem Laser: Kannst du einen empfehlen?

Thank you very much,

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