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That is pretty cool. Kinda reminds me of the droopy flowers @peetersm made.

Ah @Labern, one day when we grow old and wise we'll be happy to fill up those bald areas with some 3D printed hair ;)

 

Well i'm not old or wise but I already need to fill up those bald areas :(

but i would rather be bald then look like Donald Trump :)

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That is pretty cool. Kinda reminds me of the droopy flowers @peetersm made.

Ah @Labern, one day when we grow old and wise we'll be happy to fill up those bald areas with some 3D printed hair ;)

 

Well i'm not old or wise but I already need to fill up those bald areas :(

but i would rather be bald then look like Donald Trump :)

 

Amen! :p

Go bald and grow a beard!

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Awesome. In the past, I've seen experiments that start with a blob overextruded on a 3d printed surface followed by rapid z-movements, but these were with toolheads with drive motors on them -- I am super excited to see experiments with bowden-based extruders!

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