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Room divider using spare doors and 3D Printed brackets

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I just got my Ultimaker 2+ and made a video montage of my first real project. It's a room divider to hide the water heater in my garage, and I printed the brackets to hold the doors up. Super happy with the ease of use of the printer, All the tuning I did was clean the bed and do the bed leveling procedure. After I put in the 0.8mm nozzle I can make some SOLID parts.

 

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