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Posted · Room divider using spare doors and 3D Printed brackets

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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Posted · Room divider using spare doors and 3D Printed brackets

Very nice lil project. What kind of Filament did you use? PLA or ABS?

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Posted · Room divider using spare doors and 3D Printed brackets

Thanks Nico! I was using Colorfabb PLA/PHA. I saved the silver that shipped with the device because I think that looks really nice for detailed models.

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Posted (edited) · Room divider using spare doors and 3D Printed brackets

Nice work, the prints came out great too.

I've only really used the 0.8mm nozzle for vases and stuff like that.

Out of curiosity, what settings did you use to print those brackets ?

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Posted · Room divider using spare doors and 3D Printed brackets

shenandoah is a really nice place, i loved it there.

Nice useful print. Good job.

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