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The start of a 1/10 scale Truck in ABS

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Hiya all,

Thought I'd share this build. Admittedly it's at the start of it but I'm doing this for the TCT show for my filament supplier.

It's a 1/10 scale Seddon Atkinson strato.

I've also found people are having problems with printing ABS on the UM2+ so I thought this would also be an opportunity to show it can be done along with using simplify3D

Due to the size of the truck I'm printing the cab in 10 different parts and glueing them together.

Here is the bottom front in progress

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It's also give an idea to people as to how S3D does its support.

More of my work is on my FB page Rc-truck-design if any one want to see more :-)

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