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Posted · What is your favorite test print object?

Hi all,

my question is already in the subject ;)

Why I'm asking? For my first prints I always used the UM robot what is actually not the best idea I learnt.

What I am looking for is a test object that prints fast, includes an area where retraction is used and last but not least is of use after printing (like the robot).

Any ideas?


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Posted · What is your favorite test print object?

For me it was always http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:8757 one, the hollow pyramid.

(ohnoooooo he made a link to thingiverse).

I always had it sunk in the bottom a couple of mm so the bottom would not take that long.

But it gives you a damn good idea on what settings to use for your filament if you want to print with an overhang and without any stringing.

Atleast... from my experience :)


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