Hey folks, When you break plane parts, do you create and 3D printed them? I'm new to world of aviation but see a need for 3D printing non-certified parts. Recently, I got C150 which need new lock cover; which I'm creating/printing. There's also scanning option available(Ipad Structure Sensor) to laser-scan an object, transfer as stl file, clean-up then print them. In my other hobbies, I've measured and created parts I needed using using free software like Fusion360 or Tinkercad. Then print it or order from vendors like shapeways.com. I've done this for Ipad mounts, RAM mounts, broken handle, etc. https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3566043 Wonder if others who already 3D printed things? I'm able to 3D print materials infused with: nylon, carbon-fiber, wood, rubber, glass. There's other printers that prints edible soy-based filaments, and medical 3D printers that print organs and dental orthodontics.