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Print challenge. OK?

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Hi,

@DidierKlein and I came up with a challenge which we could roll out in the community.

Inspired by @Rigs print.

A while back a long bearded guy named @AaronAlai tried to set up something like a monthly challenge.

After a few contests this stopped because I think life happened.

But I would like to give it another try, at least for this one challenge, and we can see where it goes!

Price: eternal (.. or at least a month) honor and respect within the Ultimaker community!

Challenge: Print this OK Hand as small as possible.

Edit, We also put together some requirements:

1 the pink should stand loose from the other fingers.

2 the hole between the thumb and pointing finger has to be open.

Since there are quite a few modded / enhanced Ultimaker's out there it is only fair that if you took the time to work on your Ultimaker you can also enjoy the benefits from it. So everything goes!

Just mention what upgrades / modifications you have when you upload your entry.

Would it be fun that who ever wins, gets to pick the next challenge?

Ready.. set.. GO!

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What is the requirement in order to be accepted?

I would suggest that:

   1 the pink should stand loose from the other fingers.

   2 the hole between the dumb and pointing finger has to contain a hole.

MartijnvG's second attempt would pass on both criteria, however... we can do better than that

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What is the requirement in order to be accepted?

I would suggest that:

   1 the pink should stand loose from the other fingers.

   2 the hole between the dumb and pointing finger has to contain a hole.

MartijnvG's second attempt would pass on both criteria, however... we can do better than that

 

I second!

@Labern, where is your entry?? :p

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He's an intern. He's supposed to get the blame. That's what interns are for ;)

 

I only intern of Fridays all the other days i'm just a normal r&d'er.

@labern Is this the thanks i get for helping you with the fanduct ;)

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