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Another dual extrusion test http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:647840. Scaled to 40%, blue and orange PLA, layer height 0.12mm, printing time 58 min.

Temp some degrees too high, especially for the orange.

This one is not really optimized for dual extrusion. Scaled down like that, the orange surface is shallow (0.8mm, you almost can see the blue shining through) and consists of tiny bits, virtually just blobs of filament.

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    LOL I had the feeling something was not right here

     

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    ha! got me too, nearly made it to my search bar before I thought better of it ;)

    printed for a buddy, 6 hours on the platform, blue LED on a post mounted thru the base w simple switch and a few AA's

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    and then:

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    Used a glue stick, holds nicely for now.

     

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    This should be the last bi-colored animal for some time ...

    I wanted to see if I can meet this benchmark http://www.thingiverse.com/make:106961

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    What size is that? It looks really good, even the print lines are hard to spot.

    This dual extrusion thing might finally actually happen :D

     

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    OK i needed a Gold Cannes logo for something, so.....

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    nice result m8!

    Will you share the process you used to paint this?

     

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    Just a touch of sanding and acetone and a touch more light sanding and undercoat then three to four light coats of metalic gold chrome. Didnt take too long. Might want to varnish or seal it after as the gold i used wore out a bit when i rubbed it. You can check my acetone smoothing pla thread for more pics.

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    I finally decided to try out the Tree Frog that I have seen heaps of other people print and see how well my new fan shroud that I designed works. Not bad for a first attempt.

    Tree Frog Keyboard

    Tree Frog Finger

     

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    I wouldnt even dare to try that :O

    Nice job!

     

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    What nozzle are you using Labern?

     

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    0.25mm on the Olsson Block from 3d solex

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    Nice prints guys :)

    This is the same gcode printed twice with a 0.8mm nozzle and layers of 0.2mm

    Left, bronzeFill sanded and polished by hand, right BambooFill covered with some oil for wood (Osmo oil).

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    No problems at all with the .8mm nozzle for bronzefill, and bambooFill prints very nicely too

     

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    @didier, that's a surprisingly nice result for 0.8/0.2 !

     

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    I've noticed that bronzefill doesn't really care. I've been printing at 0.6/0.2. As soon as you sand it a bit, all the layers are gone anyway!

     

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    Yep and Woodfill is nice too with big layers :)

    I'm pretty sure you can have a nice result too with .3mm layers with both of them. And also that you can avoid blocked nozzzles with a .8mm nozzle and wood filaments

     

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    Can you post a picture before the sanding?

     

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