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Torgeir

The famoust first level.

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Hi Folks,

 

Here is the difficult first level, just zoom in and see how close it is..

This is how much I'll squeeze it..

 

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This is pure black filament, so you see how tiny the layer is.. 

After this way of squeezing, I've never have any prints lift off, but it is hard to get off. Just wait until it is cold. 

 

The calibration paper I'm using is the kind of receipt from the ATM..   Ops.. (Standard paper is 0.15 mm approx. and ATM paper 0,07 mm)

 

Thanks.

 

Torgeir.

 

 

 

 

Edited by Torgeir
Corrected.
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