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  1. Howdy, I've printed the Adabot Mini Fig model published by the Ruiz brothers from Adafruit but am not happy with the quality. https://learn.adafruit.com/lego-webcam-cover/overview Their version looks much nicer in terms of surface quality and overall appearance . I have an Ultimaker 2 that I upgraded to a 2+. I am using Magigoo on glass. I went down the checklist of maintenance items. -Firmware 2.6.2 -Ultimaker Cura 3.2.1 -Feeder & Bowden Cleaned -Axles lubricated & aligned -Short belts tensioned -Lead screw lubed -Filament
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    Designed in Tinkercad https://tinkercad.com/things/jO9JrB81ksq Learn how to customize your own gimbal at http://designmaketeach.com/2014/05/06/3d-design-personalize-a-gimbal/ Remixed from Parametric Gimbal, prints already assembled http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:100362 by Bluebie. Printed on Ultimaker 2 w/ 1.75mm ColorFabb filament. Center ring shrank too much when using a 0.4mm shell thickness . Switched to 0.8mm shell thickness and model printed fine. May require some adjustment to get a smooth spin.
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    "The introduction of the first 3D printer into the Integrated Product Design studio made a tremendous difference to our program. It used to take students days or even weeks to complete a single prototype. With access to a 3D printer, students were able to create a design and hold it in their hands the next day. The original Ultimaker was working non-stop with students literally camping out in the studio to start a new print as soon as the last one was done. Students were able to rapidly iterate on their design ideas and the final projects were noticeable more polished than any of the previous
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    Gear Bearing scaled to 0.249 with a diameter of 12.873mm and a height of 3.73mm.
  5. Version 1.0

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    Professor Ultibot and the Golden Gorilla It had seemed simple to Professor Ultibot, while sitting in his office at Ultimaker University. The plan snapping into place moments after he had finished decoding the tattered journal from the unfortunate Bauermaker expedition. He would fly into the largest unmapped jungle in the world, find the Lost City, navigate the traps in the labyrinth, unlock the gates to the Great Temple and retrieve the Golden Gorilla. He hadn't counted on how he was going to get the statue out and he hadn't counted on the snakes... He definitely hadn't counted on the snakes.
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    Ultibot had sailed the Seven Seas in search of the rumored race of miniature bots. He awoke to discover that the little Lilliputian bots had found him first. "Look at the size of him!", the Lilliputians exclaimed. "Have you ever seen such a thing in your whole life?" Even the oldest and wisest among them including the smallest and most ancient of the Lilliputian bots had to admit that they had never seen such a thing in their whole lives.
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