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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.  

Hello World

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Well done :)Congratulations !!!

 

Hello world!

Les

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Nice! So smooth.

... medicine? How do you use it as a demo as a vet?

 

It's Pearl White magic (i love that filament).

The purpose of this print is to demo an external fixing system (mostly printed) in case of a fractured jaw bone.

I'm also printing a leg bone to demo the same external fixing system

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Haven't posted in a while :)

Here are a set of Badges for the Global Force movie,

printed in black Colorfabb XT, and hand painted in different versions.

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This chrome version has a bit too much paint on it, the spray-can nozzle was terrible.

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Install the second fan, enable better cooling and print it again? ;)

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Install the second fan, enable better cooling and print it again? ;)

 

Well we haven't found a way to mount a second fan! This was suggested by someone on the forum

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    What's missing for a second fan? It's pretty easy to do it :) buy a secod fan (or two new fans same v/amp and carefull not to use more than 200mA) & connect it.

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    I've had a spool of Colorfabb Woodfill for a while now, but I've been putting off trying it out because I've read so much about how tricky it is to use. I finally decided to give it a shot and was really surprised that I had no trouble at all with it. It looks and feels great. Definitely on my list of favorite filaments now!

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    So I started this print: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:253934

    It really is an amazing model I've wanted to try for a long time :D

    First I ran into some trouble getting the axle to fit in the gears(had to print a scaled down axle to get it working), but on my first real heart piece(dual color trick with pause on z :D) I encountered heavy blobbing, something I haven't had before:

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    First time ColorFabb Red PLA, but other ColorFabb materials never blobbed either.

    I turned down the temperature to 190C, but that didn't solve it. I noticed the bed was wiggling up and down, probably due to a 0.2mm zhop when retracting(not sure why I set it to that at some point). I might try to reduce that back to 0.075.

    Any other ideas to reduce the blobbing? Post processing will only solve it so far, and I don't have a lot of Red left to experiment with :(

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    You shouldn't need Z hop. You normally get nicer prints with it turned off.

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    For the Star Wars and/or Boba Fett fans out there ;-)

    The model took about 15hours to design using Solidworks

    It took roughly 100hours to print. about 1kg of PLA was used

    A few hours to post process (LOTS of sanding. A few minutes to paint)

    The gun is okay but my real accomplishment is the helmet. Took a whole 6min to convert my popcorn bucket into this beauty. So proud.

    In all seriousness, if you want to print your own Boba Fett's EE3 you can follow this link:

    https://www.myminifactory.com/object/boba-fett-s-ee3-carabine-from-star-wars-17860

    And if you want more stuff, be sure to also check my profile:

    https://www.myminifactory.com/users/StarJeff

    And while i'm at it, if you want to have a closer look at my projects come and say hello here ;-) :

    https://twitter.com/StarJeff3D

    https://www.facebook.com/StarJeff3d/?ref=aymt_homepage_panel

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    Witcher 3 medallions, 0 infill

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    @al-blunty, I think something went wrong in your last post so I'm going to delete it.

    If you want to share your print please try again.

    Thank you and our apologies for the inconvenience,

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    I've been designing my own test pens for a while now.

    They feature sleek designs with replaceable ink cartridges (standard BIC pen guts).

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    This is close to the final design and my first time printing with Woodfill (on UMO+ 0.4mm nozzle).

    I'm also attaching my Cura settings in case anyone needs them.

    Edit 1: I did 2 "atomic pulls" as soon as it finished printing and the nozzle cleaned easily.

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    @al-blunty, I think something went wrong in your last post so I'm going to delete it.

    If you want to share your print please try again.

    Thank you and our apologies for the inconvenience,

     

    The "Add 3D Print Gallery" button is broken. I tried and I tried..

    I made another post by adding an image gallery and it worked, so go ahead and delete this and your post :p

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    I have a demo Ultimaker 2+ for a few days, so i decided to do some test prints on it, and i must say i'm not dissappointed!

    All prints are with a 0.60mm nozzle and 100 microns layers

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    I have a demo Ultimaker 2+ for a few days, so i decided to do some test prints on it, and i must say i'm not dissappointed!

    All prints are with a 0.60mm nozzle and 100 microns layers

     

    They look good :)

    I've a question, why print at 100 microns using the .60 nozzle and not the smaller .40? Is there a benefit doing it this way?

    I've an olsson block myself so an just curious.

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    It's mainly because the Fairphone cases are designed to be printed with 0.60 walls, and that i was too lazy to change the nozzle for yoda and the other prints i did after. I also thought it would be a good test to see if i can get quality prints with a larger nozzle

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    How do you prevent the case from wobbling if you print it vertically, as i get wobbling if i print to high and too thin, especially near the top?

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