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Posted · 3D printing overhangs with temporary support

Hello guys, I am working on an idea of 3d printing 90 degree overhangs without support material I have been able to print with no support material a series of platforms (image below). I am running out of geometries to print due to the slicer limitations. I am looking for someone hue can help me develop a slicer.

Thanks.

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Posted · 3D printing overhangs with temporary support

Look good, if you do develop something make sure you include support for printing at high resolutions also. like 0.06 cos thats what I use! ;)

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