Various 3D printed replacement parts (Indigo, Indigo2, Octane..)


New member
Jun 13, 2020
Las Vegas, NV
This is excellent! Thanks very much for putting the time and effort in on these. I was able to print out the replacement cover clips for an Indigo2 and they snapped right in perfectly.
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Sep 23, 2020
Thank you for sharing these. My blue Octane 2 is missing a front flap, if I can find one, I am happy I can print the assembly if needed.
Thanks, you're welcome!
Although the octane "front flap fix" is currently just a fix to repair a broken existing one by adding a supporting clip that holds that broken piece together where glue alone would not help. It's not yet a full replica of the whole mechanism. This has to be designed first, but due to its curved parts it's more difficult to measure and build an accurate copy.
I have yet to experiment if this could be done with a 3D scanner app on a recent smartphone with lidar and all the fancy stuff, this might help getting the basic geometry, and then just a bit polish in blender and a few test prints.


Jun 12, 2020
Ah no worries, still a great start.

I have a complete one on my other Octane, so could always cast it in a Silicon mould if needed.

Would be great if one of us could use a Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM) on it. That would solve it handily, and we could generate the missing geometry from that.

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