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Right off the bat it was clear it would be a Colorfabb special material moment. Woodfill for the frame, clear XT for the Heated Bed and a nice miniature spool of XT. And finally I couldn't resist to also make a tiny bronze spool, which turned out to be so cute!

As everything snapped together, all of miniature land came to see, from the left to the right: the famous Dutch Lion that was uploaded in the wrong place, the tiny Easter Island head, the Louvre piramide that was printed as a test for the Colorfabb timelapse, and finally the Ultibot pair. Left of the two is the first print with my heated bed, there was a z-step error somewhere in the firmware so the fellow got a bit stretched out. His brother was the next generation and turned out to be just fine!

Settings: I used the standard settings for Colorfabb prints:

http://learn.colorfabb.com/print-_xt/

http://learn.colorfabb.com/print-bronzefill/

http://learn.colorfabb.com/how-to-print-with-woodfill/

With .2mm layerheight, 0.4 nozzle, 0.8 shell and 1.2 top/bottom, 20% fill.

Note: Mini Ulti was out of woodfill, so I used XT to push the woodfill through the bowden tube :D

Note2: As I was assembling Mini Ulti I dropped it and it broke :(Hence the scars.




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