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Awesome sundial and fun video feat. UM2

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Posted · Awesome sundial and fun video feat. UM2

This is really cool. amazing what you can come up with if you just spend the time and think about it.

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Posted · Awesome sundial and fun video feat. UM2

Super cool, I saw that a couple of days ago. Can't remember where though.

The video is really nice, he seems like a very nice guy!

Are you going to build one @Peetersm?

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Posted · Awesome sundial and fun video feat. UM2

I will defiantly print one. They even provided an upside down one for us on the other side of the world :)

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Posted · Awesome sundial and fun video feat. UM2

I think the kids at our school would love this. I am going to pick a light colored PLA since we don't have ABS at school (we do not have a fume hood).

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Posted · Awesome sundial and fun video feat. UM2

Curious to print one yeah, pretty cool stuff!

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Posted · Awesome sundial and fun video feat. UM2

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I have been trying to print the sundial using blue MakerGeek PETG. I don't get stringing but the fine hair. Also as you see in the pictures there are sections that are 1mm wide and 6-7 mm wide. I am having trouble making the bridging work. It fails in the center. Temp 225, B/P 70, speed 30, layer .2 mm, retraction 4.50/30. What changes can I try to improve the bridging with PETG?

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