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Ich wollte mal rausfinden wie klein ich Ersatzteile auf meinem UM2 machen kann.

Auf dem Bild ist ein Tastenstempel für eine C64 Tastatur zu sehen.

Schwarz das Originalteil, weiß das selbstgedruckte.

Das ganz kleine Teil vorne hat nur 0,1g Gewicht.

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Drucker : Ultimaker 2

Slicer : Cura 2.3.1

Material : 3mm PLA von Material4Print

Düse : 0,2mm von MaPa

Temperatzur : 190°C bei 100% Infill

Schicht : 0,06

Prototypen : 28

CAD : DesignSpark Mechanical

Druckbett: satiniertes ESG Glas

Etwas Nacharbeit am Durchmesser ist natürlich nötig. Aber dann funktioniert meine leicht modifizierte Version vom Tastenstempel genauso wie das Original.

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