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  1. LED Lampshades

    I got tired of the old 3D printed lampshades for our self-built LED lighting. So I designed new ones with Ebony woodfill and blue.
    Dual extrusion print, two parts: bottom (spiralize mode) and top (wood and blue) with a slit to get the cable through. The woodfill seems to have some air in it, tiny holes and crackling sound during printing.
    UPDATE: I played around with extrusion rate and decided to consider the tiny holes as a feature now

    1,525 downloads

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  2. Open RC wheel

    Test print while finishing the magnetic tool changer beta for public release.
    Printed with Olsson ruby for the PLA and a coated nozzle prototype from 3DSolex for the FlexiFil (shore 45D).

    1,078 downloads

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  3. Spiderman

    Test print while finishing the magnetic tool changer beta for public release.
    Printed with Olsson ruby for the PLA and a coated nozzle prototype from 3DSolex for the PVA.
    Original model scaled to 50%.

    910 downloads

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  4. Toothbrush - using dual extrusion for what could be an overmolding prototype

    HD-Glass (PETG) & Flexifil (flexible TPC), magnetic tool changer and some new type of nozzle cover to avoid dragging around carbonized PET junk which tends to stick to the nozzle.
    Well, without bristles - this would require a 3rd extruder

    1,475 downloads

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  5. Integrated flexible finger

    CPE and Formfutura Flexifil. I used the Cura CPE defaults for Flexifil, just lowered speed and  reduced retraction.

    1,230 downloads

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  6. Example for prototyping real stuff with dual extrusion and PLA / PVA

    Printed as a single part with PLA and PVA support.
    Sliced with Cura 2.3
    Printed on the UM2 tool changer, UM3 print will follow

    2,258 downloads

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  7. (Another) vertebrae - magnetic tool changer - HD Glass & Recreus Filaflex

    Printed with the magnetic tool changer, 0.4 nozzle for HD Glass, 0.6 race nozzle & Machtless block for Filaflex.
    Scaled down a little to print a longer section.
    Don't be afraid, I won't print an entire spine

    1,313 downloads

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  8. Light pipe experiment

    Dual extrusion, HD glass (0.8 mm nozzle, 0.6 mm layer) and PLA (0.4 mm nozzle, 0.2 mm layer).
    For design and slicing (except the dual extrusion part) I followed the tutorial for Taulmann t-glase.
    5 € LED bike lamp used as light source.

    2,114 downloads

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  9. How small can we go?

    Benchy, scaled down to 50%, UM2+ with magnetic tool changer, no post processing

    1,611 downloads

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  10. Vertebrae - magnetic tool changer - HD Glass & Recreus Filaflex

    Like most people I found Filaflex very hard to print - until now
    Printed with the magnetic tool changer, 0.4 nozzle for HD Glass, 0.6 race nozzle & Machtless block for Filaflex

    1,668 downloads

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  11. Dual extrusion Aria by Louise Diggers, printed with two different materials

    Heavily modified UM original with custom printhead changer, 2 printheads:
    WoodFill @ 190°C, 0.6 mm nozzle,
    transparent PLA @ 205°C, 0.4 mm nozzle,
    no post-processing :-)

    2,168 downloads

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  12. Finally, Dual Draudi left the BCN3D habitat

    Ultimaker with tool changer.
    Scaled down to 60%, (makes printing harder but I didn't have enough golden filament left ...)

    1,605 downloads

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  13. Dual extrusion menagerie

    Dual extrusion menagerie

    2,733 downloads

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