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Took me forever to do this. And it is still rougher than I would have liked.   3D concept rendering:   Finished piece:    

Bath interferometers.  I have made about 20 of these for people who use them to test their telescope mirrors.  They are amazingly accurate and can do better than a $40,000 Zygo PSI optical tester.  Th

I just finished this. It was a multi-part print for ease of painting. Some of it I am not sure what happened...but hey, it is purty....And, I am unanimous in that ? Test Render Parts

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Ok I admit it, I didnt 3D print this.  BUT...i certainly played my part it making Her ;) ultimaker has one more fan to add to the list.  

 

Here is your excuse to design some smart toys for her ;)

Congrats!

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Shes adorable, congrats mate!

I have two of my own, aged 3 and 1, and have on several occasions used my printer to print various things related to them (its a great tool for fixing cheap plastic toys), so on top of all the happiness (and concerns), see her as another excuse to put your printer to good use :)

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Hey SandervG, yes indeed I am a very proud father. I think my whole vocabulary at the moment consists of words like baby, 3d, princess, printer, so cute, modeling, tiny heartbeat, colorfab, she`s beautiful, argh my hotend is blocked, etc etc haha

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    Sander haha yes, sleep and yawn should deff be in there!!

    Having a few printing issues lately and I am having to constantly give my machine a bit of a service. Nothing than cannot be sorted out given time.... oh time!

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    Ok I admit it, I didnt 3D print this.  BUT...i certainly played my part it making Her ;) ultimaker has one more fan to add to the list.  

    Hello World

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    Well done :) Congratulations !!!

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    Here are my two last prints, both planters as I needed some for the fablab.

    The first one is quite simple

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    The second is more complicated as I didn't want to need a saucer for that:

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    So I modeled a ventilated drain to prevent stagnation of excess water at the bottom.

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    More details in my "print" section.

    All the files are of course on Youmagine

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    Posted · Post your latest print!

    Here are my two last prints, both planters as I needed some for the fablab.

    The first one is quite simple

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    The second is more complicated as I didn't want to need a saucer for that:

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    So I modeled a ventilated drain to prevent stagnation of excess water at the bottom.

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    More details in my "print" section.

    All the files are of course on Youmagine

     

    Nice prints! Did you know you can also share print details in a little info card? :)

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    I found one of Robert's contributions on Thingiverse....a PCB Vise. I have been doing a lot of soldering of Arduino UNO shields lately and this looks very handy!

    The first piece came out great using basic settings... ColorFabb PLA/PHA at 200, 40 mm/sec, 0.2 layers and bed at 60C

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    But the "claws" sort of turned into a mess. I wonder if the bed temp killed the overhangs? Or some support should've been added?

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    Any thoughts on that failed print?

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    Really have no idea, it seems like a simple straightforward print, also looks like you used the correct orientation. Speed and Temp should be fine, bridging is just a small gap. Considering the rest of the print (top) looks ok I assume the print also stayed on the bed correct.....

    Any issue of a temporary blocked spool, knot in the filament?

    I would say just try it again. I would use a 0.1 or 0.15 layer height to be on the safe side for good threads, but this may not be needed, and you can probably try the thread based on these failed prints.

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    I wonder if I should use support and print it upside down

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    considering the 0.2 layer, and the possible temperature deviation of the sensor, try printing a bit hotter, like 210-220 celsius (only when you stay at 0.2)

    i would not change orientation, really no need, will only give you an ugly top on the part.

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    It printed, 5th time was a charm oh boy! new carry handle / picatinny rail for mr airsoft FPG (or FMG if you have played any of those video games)

    Shame it didnt quite fit haha! .6mm to narrow, and 3.2mm too short!

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    Nice little thing!!

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    5th day in with our Ultimaker 2+Extended

    I modeled the Ghostbusters Firehouse last night, and did this small 1 1/2 x 3 1/4 x 3 1/4 test print of it. Shown with a standard sized hotwheels for scale.

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