Has anybody on here ever 3-D scanned (and cleaned up) any of the plastic parts for these mowers?
If folks aren't, then why not?
Scanned and cleaned up plastic parts images could be printed for free by anybody with a 3D printer, and they could have that new dashboard pretty much instantly.
It would be no different than someone scanning in decals and cleaning them up, so anybody could print them out and stick them on (assuming they had the right ink, and could print on the right kind of material).
Figured I'd ask. Busting up a dash would no longer be an issue, then... even if people could only print the dash in pieces and assemble later (although I'd email the file off to one of those custom print places, where they print it full-size and ship it to you, just like uploading pictures and having them printed and mailed to you, only with plastic bits).