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Hi Jelly !

I wonder would it be more preactical to take a good model, split it into sections like a rubex cube.

Then with a farm of 5-8 ultimaker printers, run off each section and with a little glue, perfect.. finishes product.

Also there would be a lot more control, as when one piece failed, it could be easily reprinted.

With this one big wonder printer, one mistake and the whole thing can go in the bin ?

Ian :D

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