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I'm not really sure why I wanted to make this, but there you go. Stranger things have happened.

This was printed with some cheap filament I have lying around, and yet I was really impressed how the Ultimaker coped with it. The diameter is roughly 21cm, so the detail is quite high. Gazillions of retractions.

mandala-1.jpg

There are some more things I want to do with this idea, so if I get round to it I will post updates on it's homepage.

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