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My first print with Ultimaker 2

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Okay so this was the first thing I printed.

container_tablet_stand02.jpg

I did get help from a intermediate 3d printer enthusiast so I can't take all the credit (Thanks Jacob!).

Next time I want to print this on a RoVa4D 3D printer.

Also please note this is NOT my design (I wish lol). I still have to up my design game.

You can get the original file at Pinshape:

https://pinshape.com/items/7478-3d-printed-tablet-stand

Overall, I would rate this print 7/10 (The only issue I had was the tablet texture on the inside of the stand was quite rough and would require some sand paper work).

Does it work though? Heck yeah!

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