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Haha. Just needs something to dry them now.

 

I would suggest to put them in your Ultimaker with your heated bed turned on, and a closed frame! ;)

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Haha. Just needs something to dry them now.

 

I would suggest to put them in your Ultimaker with your heated bed turned on, and a closed frame! ;)

 

Could even print a rack for them to sit on.

Not that he got his dishes wet.

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I have also wondered if you could bake an egg on a heated bed at 100ºC.

It will probably be gross and inefficient.. but maybe also groundbreaking? :p

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