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Piano book stand, timelapse video for colorFabb competition

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Hi all,

I recently designed and printed a piano book stand. Using colorFabb Woodfill, showing off with my Ultimaker Original+ printing at a whopping speed of 150 mm/s. Total print time for the object is about 44 hours.

See timelapse video at:

I used this for the colorFabb time-lapse competition. So voting for me (entry tlc_piano) is of course appreciated ;)

see http://learn.colorfabb.com/time-lapse-contest-2015-finalists/

Printfiles have been uploaded to youmagine.

greetings,

Marco

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Yes! Congrats for being in the last 12 standing :)

@amedee is also there (the architectural project) called tlc-berlin

and of course @labern with tlc-cannon (i voted for you :p)

Seems that some videos are already taking a big leap forward!

Mine is: tlc-recycle

I'm sure other videos in the final 12 are from members of the community, i see a lot of Ultimakers

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